Pacific Patent Group, LLC specializes in providing a cost-effective solution to virtual law firms, traditional outside counsel firms or in-house legal departments who are in need of patent paralegal support. Our team of experienced patent paralegals can assist with the preparation and filing of all documents related to U.S. and international patent applications.
We are able to accommodate your specific requirements, whether it calls for paralegal support for end-to-end services, a portion of a service, or for a specific project to fill a temporary need. We are happy to discuss an arrangement that best satisfies the needs of your business.
As we are based in the United States, you have the added benefit of working with a team of seasoned paralegals without the potential for delayed responses that you may experience with an offshore team, due to time zone differences.
We are a Women and Minority Owned Company.
After obtaining her paralegal certificate at Seattle University in 1993, Holli began her legal career as a legal assistant working at a personal injury law firm.
From there, she took a position at Microsoft Corporation in the legal records department and then moved into a paralegal assistant position in the patent group. As she moved from assistant to patent paralegal at Microsoft, her responsibilities included: conducted invention disclosure meetings, counseled inventors on the patent process, provided support to in-house counseling teams, prepared and filed Patent Cooperation Treaty applications, communicated with foreign counsels, and assisted in drafting and maintaining USOC Foreign Prosecution Procedures. Holli left Microsoft to begin Pacific Patent Group and has learned many new skills from running a small business to U.S. patent filing and prosecution. In her free time, Holli enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, along with numerous pets, as well as traveling, hiking, reading, writing and gardening.
Noemi began her legal career over 20 years ago as a legal assistant working in criminal and family law.
She obtained the majority of her patent legal experience as a Paralegal for Microsoft Corporation. Her responsibilities there included: prepared and filed applications with the USPTO for in-house counsel, docketed incoming correspondence, provided support as a counseling team paralegal assistant, balanced workload of over 80 virtual firm attorneys to achieve annual prosecution goals, assisted in managing outside counsel, assisted in drafting and maintaining USOC Prosecution Procedures, and created docketing procedures for, as well as managed and mentored vendors located in India. Noemi received her patent paralegal certificate through the IP LegalEd course while at Microsoft. Once Noemi left Microsoft to start her venture into business ownership with Pacific Patent Group, her patent knowledge and paralegal skills expanded greatly, as she has had to traverse countless scenarios with a variety of clients. In her free time, Noemi enjoys spending time with family, traveling and baking.
Lori came to PPG from an entrepreneurial family and with a diverse background in various business enterprises.
She built her expertise in office management in roles as an office administrator, tech buyer, claims examiner and small business owner. From this well-rounded background, Lori has managed PPG’s virtual front office since 2014, which includes handling all things financial, as well as maintaining the paralegals’ dockets. Married for over 20 years, Lori and her husband Scott love to travel and hike, while Lori will always have a camera on hand.
Jena left the banking industry to join the PPG team in 2017.
She handled all of PPG’s administration duties her first year at PPG, while she received extensive training as a docketing paralegal. Jena now handles docketing for all of PPG’s clients. Jena grew up in the Pacific Northwest and lives in a small beachside community on the Puget Sound, so she naturally enjoys outdoor activities with her family on her off time.