Simpson Law is a Lubbock, Texas-based law firm that focuses on protecting trademarks, patents, copyrights, and trade secrets.
Have a name, logo, or other intellectual property you need to protect?
Simpson Law focuses on trademark and patent law to offer quick turnaround services, flat-fee prices, and knowledgeable advice. Ms. Simpson aims to provide trusted legal services with a personal touch that is unmatched in the West Texas area, and she would love to earn your business.
Simpson Law is excited to offer flat-fee rates for trademark, copyright, design patent, trade secret, and provisional patent application services. Client satisfaction is a top priority at Simpson Law, which includes timely and transparent billing.
Once you sign an Engagement Agreement with Simpson Law, you will not be billed for every quick phone call and email. Ms. Simpson encourages regular communication, which allows her to tackle small problems before they become big problems. Ms. Simpson wants to build a lasting relationship with you based on mutual trust and respect, and she believes that starts with fair and transparent billing practices.
Simpson Law is an intellectual property boutique firm. Services include:
Simpson Law is the face of a modern law practice. By eliminating unnecessary overhead, Simpson Law is structured to provide knowledgeable legal advice at a lower cost compared to other specialty intellectual property firms.
As one of the only practicing attorneys in the West Texas area who is licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Sarah Simpson provides a unique perspective and knowledge that will assist you in registering your patents and trademarks and protecting your intellectual property. Ms. Simpson has prepared and prosecuted hundreds of trademark and patent applications before the USPTO.
”Sarah Simpson assisted me with two projects. Both projects were related to my intellectual property and were started by an alternative law office (outside of Lubbock). These projects required her expertise and attention to correct mistakes made by the previous firm. Simpson's leadership throughout these projects was excellent, and two patents issued due to her dedication to my projects and her knowledge/talent. Simpson is worth your time and money. I am committed to using her for any future projects and grateful for all she has contributed to the success of my inventions. Thank you, Sarah!—Jennifer G.
”Very glad we found Sarah to help us navigate the complexities obtaining a patent. Her professionalism and specialized knowledge continues to bring me complete confidence to this process! I highly recommend Sarah for any patent and trademark legal needs.—Greg T.
”Sarah has been wonderful to work with over the past several years. She has been a great resource for copyright questions for our t-shirt designs as well as taking care of our trademark for our company, August Bleu. She has a precious personality and is very knowledgeable and efficient! We highly recommend her and we are so blessed to have her on our team.—Brianna and TammyAugust Bleu
”Sarah Simpson was instrumental in helping us research, file and register the trademark for our firm, Speedsquare—as well as our clients who engage with us for identity and branding projects. She's very knowledgeable, professional, and affordably-priced. We highly recommend her firm!—Steve S.Speedsquare
Would you buy a high-priced mobile device or computer if it did not include a source-identifying trademark (such as Apple®)? Without a trademark, how would you know the quality, value or brand reputation of any product or service you purchase?
Trademarks drive purchasing choices. From buying a car to purchasing a bottle of wine, we make purchasing decisions every day based on products’ trademarks. Trademarks protect your company’s goodwill (including your brand reputation and customer loyalty). Your trademark is more than your name—it is how people know they are getting a quality product/service from a reputable company.
I would love the opportunity to work with you to protect your trademarks. While do-it-yourself websites offering low, flat-fee trademark services might seem easy and appealing, such companies will not provide the individualized services required to protect your trademarks correctly and fully. Many of my clients have used those automated services, only to end up hiring my law firm when their trademark application failed to register.