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Financial Services and Fintech

Financial Services and Fintech

Financial technology is useful to anyone looking to make their money work for them. Most recently with the pandemic, many experienced first-hand the importance of a financial safety net in the face of unprecedented adversity. Technology facilitates the building of this financial safety net, as well as the accumulation of wealth, by optimizing important decisions regarding investments into stocks and bonds, to name an example.

The building of a financial safety net and the accumulation of wealth is made simpler with inventions such as that assigned to Nemo Partners, named the “Apparatus and Method to Build Power Station of Resident with Fintech Platform Module.” ( This invention connects to cloud platform to run an “economic feasibility analysis simulation module” that determines the likelihood of success of an economic model. Inventions such as these must be patented to protect against infringement, where the inventor is left out of the valuable proceeds that they earned.

As an Intellectual Property Attorney and seasoned software developer, Mark Terry ( understands the importance of securing a patent for your Fintech inventions. Contact Mark Terry today for a free consultation.

I have extensive experience filing copyright applications and obtaining copyright protection for a variety of clients. The U.S. Copyright Act protects all scientific and artistic works, whether they are published or unpublished, and grants the author of the piece the exclusive rights to the work. I can assist you in obtaining copyright protection for your work, whether it is written source code, graphics, listed data, paintings, drawings, books, articles or the like. I can also help you with enforcement of your copyrighted materials, including copyright infringement claims.

I further have experience representing world-renowned artists, videographers, directors, writers and publishers. I have successfully represented many clients in enforcing their copyrights and defending against charges of copyright infringement.

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