“Ann Dennen is clearly an expert in the entire technology patent process. From explaining the requirements to clients, to arbitration with the USPTO on claim specifics, her level of proficiency is a clear advantage. After being told by another attorney that our system wasn't patentable, we asked Ann to take a second look. Because she fully understands complex systems, as well as the land mines of the patent process, Ann was able to move our technology from concept to issued patents with a minimum of time and effort."
- Bob Henderson
VP - Systems Integration
“We were filing for intellectual property protection in a crowded space with ongoing litigation. Despite two final rejections from USPTO, Ann still ultimately secured protection for what would prove to be a key part of our technology offering. She does not take no for an answer."
“After resigning my position with my former employer to focus on my small business, I received a Cease and Desist Demand Letter from their attorneys regarding software that we created on our own time with our own resources. They were demanding we turn over all development and software to them. Ms. Dennen immediately responded with law citations clearly stating that the software and all development were owned by us. Her response was very effective. They completely backed down and did not file any court documents. Ann was able to stop any further action by clearly showing they didn’t have a legal leg to stand on."
- Tracy L. Swayne
“We researched to find the "best" Patent Attorney in the Southeast and Ann was recommended time and again...even by other Patent attorneys. We’ve been working with her since 2016 and she is extremely professional and very reasonably priced. She filed our Non-Provisional and two (2) Provisional Utility Patents on our new technical invention in the security sector. She also filed the Trademark protection and after an initial denial, she sent more information and secured protection on our Logo. Ann has the technical background to understand all the specifications of our invention, an absolutely necessity. We have full confidence that we are protected against any infringement.”