We at Lambert & Lambert are looking for inventions, ideas, or products that have a potential for great financial success. If you have what we are looking for, then we will fund the marketing and licensing process and will only be compensated when we are successful. Since this is such an extraordinary offer and because we will be investing thousands of dollars of time and money into your invention, we would like the chance to first evaluate it on its merits and determine if we can license it for you.
Marketability Analysis: We examine your invention based on criteria that are essential in the success of a product in both marketability and "licensability." What is included is the following:
Acceptance: Once your invention receives a positive score from our evaluation, it will be accepted and we will begin the process of marketing and licensing right away.
Turnaround Time: Internet invention submissions on our secure servers take roughly 3 weeks, whereas postal mail & fax invention submissions can take 4-5 weeks.
Cost Of The Evaluation
If we could, we would love to hear from every inventor with an idea for a product and not charge them for our time to look at it and give suggestions. But unfortunately, there is simply not enough time for this. We are in the business of getting products to the market, and as a result we need to work with inventors who are serious at bringing their product to market. As a result, to avoid being swamped with invention submissions from those who are not serious, we charge a standard fee of $199 to examine your invention and provide you with a formalized report which will be sent to you.
Moreover, if we accept your invention and eventually license your product, we will refund the initial submission fee!
Due to the way we are structuring the deal, it is a win-win situation for you. Many companies charge upwards of $1000 for an evaluation of your invention, and they do nothing for you if they think your invention is a good one. But at Lambert & Lambert, not only will you receive a very valuable marketability analysis as described above, but also, if we like your invention, you will have someone who is ready to work for you and pay for all of the costs to market and license it!
Our one goal is to get your new invention on the market. Below are some of our inventions that were successfully licensed. Learn more about these products and examples of other invention licensing successes.
There are three formal ways of submitting your new invention, idea, or patent to our firm, please follow the directions as outlined or contact us if you have any questions before proceeding.