Welcome to Ochoa and Associates, P.C. Your South Texas Patent Attorney, Protecting what's yours. Securing your rights.

We specialize in intellectual property law, helping our clients to secure and protect their intellectual property with patents, trademarks, copyrights, technical agreements, and third party reviews in these areas.. Our approach is unmatched as our legal team accepts even the most difficult challenges with confidence and takes a proactive, innovative, and personalized approach to the unique, personal, and business needs of each client.
Susan Ochoa Spiering Attorney At Law

Susan Ochoa

Attorney At Law
About Us

Ochoa & Associates, PC works with clients to protect their ideas, working to determine what type of intellectual property support is needed on a case-by-case basis. We are proud to offer excellent service to every client, including solo inventors, small businesses, and large corporations. Our firm combines our dedication to service and our experience to ensure that we meet the needs of every client.

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A patent is an exclusionary right from the US government to keep others from making, using, selling or offering to sell your claimed invention. Patents allow you to profit from ideas that you have. Protection provides you or your company with the legal right to exclude others from making, using or selling your claimed invention without obtaining your consent, or paying a royalty or ongoing licensing fee.
Copyright law protects works of original artistic expression that are fixed in a tangible form. It extends certain protections to the authors of "original works of authorship" (often times referred to as a "Work"), which include musical, literary, artistic, dramatic and certain other intellectual rights (such as software code, vessel hull designs, and architectural plans).

A trademark is that word or logo which represents a source of origin for your product or service. There are common law trademarks and registered trademarks. Trademark protection is important for a new  companys’ brand identity, or product name, but many inexperienced entrepreneurs don’t realize how important it is to secure the rights to business and product names until it’s too late.


Whether you’re an individual, a small business, or a large corporation, intellectual property is one of the most valuable assets you have, and it’s important to protect your intellectual property with clearly drafted agreements that ensure that all parties understand their obligations and rights.


Corpus Christi (Nueces County, Aransas, San Patricio, Jim Wells County, Kleberg County), Kingsville, Alice, Rio Grande Valley, Laredo (Webb County), McAllen-Edinburg, Mission (Hidalgo County), Victoria (Victoria County)

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