Patent Attorney Stephen Bullock formed Bullock Law to protect the intellectual property interests of businesses, engineers and inventors. In particular, Bullock Law focuses its practice on patent protection for technology and innovation.
Patent Attorney Stephen Bullock has represented the world's most elite scientists, physicists and engineer inventors from organizations such as NASA and the U.S Air Force as well as from an array of businesses and individuals in the private sector.
Stephen Bullock's practice includes representation in computer software, computer engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and civil engineering as well as a broad spectrum of other technology areas.
Mr. Bullock graduated magna cum laude in computer science and holds another degree in business. Additionally, his trial and litigation background has facilitated his success in overcoming the recent trend of US Patent Office rejections in computer software patent applications under 35 U.S.C. 101.
Mr. Bullock's practice includes prosecuting patent applications in front of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as well as litigating patent infringement lawsuits, performing patentability searches and infringement opinions, drafting licensing agreements, and counseling clients on trademark and copyright matters.
What is your company description and what makes your company unique?
How did you get into entrepreneurship?
I saw a need to help other professionals in an ethical and considerate fashion.
Why do you do what you do?
I started off my career as a litigation attorney, which tended to be less constructive. I shifted the focus of my law practice toward patent protection and assisting other entrepreneurs with building and protecting what matters to them.
What tools, resources or books have you used to start and/or grow your business?
The best resources are the people within the local community. We live in a robust and talented community full of entrepreneurs, engineers and successful businesses.
Why did you choose to locate your business in Florida?
Florida has been my home for 25 years. It is a special place with a lot of untapped potential.
What advice do you have for other entrepreneurs?
Be determined but smart. Consider where it is that you want to be in one, three, and five years and plot a course toward meeting your goals.
How can other entrepreneurs help you?
We live in a unique economic ecosystem where a lot of entrepreneurs have specialized skills. As a patent attorney and former litigation attorney, I am a part of that ecosystem with specialized skills that not many other attorneys possess. Other entrepreneurs can help me by letting me help them.