Trademark Attorney Scranton…


434 Lackawanna Ave.
Suite 200
Scranton, PA 18503


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Attorney Riddle is 5th Generation Lackawanna Valley.  In 1870, his gg-grandfather Charles Riddle immigrated from Cornwall, worked here as a miner, and established a homestead in the Sibley section of Taylor Pennsylvania.

Trademark Attorney Scranton

Attorney Riddle has been serving the Northeast PA and Poconos region for over 17 years. The Scranton trademark law office has been in Downtown Scranton Scranton on Lackawanna Avenue since 2008. He grew up in Dunmore and studied engineering at Wilkes University in Wilkes Barre. From the Scranton office, we serve clients in the Lackawanna Valley and the Luzerne County area. We have clients come in from Binghamton, Williamsport, and Stroudsburg areas.

Attorney Riddle has acted as lead counsel and local counsel in various trademark infringement, and intellectual property cases before the federal court here in Scranton – United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. In the past, Attorney Riddle served as patent counsel to the University of Scranton.

We serve national and international clients in trademark, copyright, patent and intellectual property matters. We also handle online trademark application work for clients located outside of the region. acts an an online trademark attorney, and we can help you with a trademark search, or a trademark application.  With 17 years experience as a trademark litigator, we can quickly help you resolve issues and questions relating to trademarking a brand name. is a service of Riddle Patent Law, LLC.  The law practice focuses on the prosecution and defense of trademark infringement, unfair competition, and intellectual property matters.  Because trademark law is a body of federal law, Esquire Trademarks serves clients throughout the United States and abroad in varying federal district courts.  Esquire Trademarks focuses on various patent, trademark, and copyright application and registration matters – as well as litigation in the federal courts.