Jim Kaiser

Owner of Osprey Solutions, Seattle WA

Walker did an excellent job converting a non-provisional patent (prepared elsewhere) to a non-provisional patent before the original patent expired, though given very short notice. He was friendly, diligent, and meticulous in reviewing background material for a somewhat novel device and writing a detailed patent application providing formidable protection, yet written broadly enough to allow future design adaptations.  

His technical abilities are superior, and his legal knowledge and insight is substantial. For very reasonable fixed fee, Walker provided free initial consultation, an in-office meeting, and personally answered several phone calls and email inquiries with same friendly and professional attitude. I highly recommend Walker and plan to keep working with him in the future. It’s hard to imagine anyone better. Thank you Walker!!  


Kurt Massey

Owner of Dynamic Mounting, Raleigh NC

I wish Walker Weitzel at Alloy was around when I first applied for a patent. He is very knowledgeable and charges less than others in the larger law firms. I wanted a second opinion on enforcing a patent I have. He pointed out a couple things my more expensive lawyer missed and saved me a lot of money in the long run. I will be using Alloy again.

I'm writing this review because as a small Business owner myself, I like to see other small businesses succeed.


Charlie Nystrom

Inventor, Seattle WA

I had Walker at Alloy perform an initial patent search for a product I'm developing.  I have researched the patent on my own for a couple weeks, and had found nothing.  Walker was extremely thorough, and found some foreign patents that were relevant to the application process.

I am now working with him to write a more concise, specific patent application that will not incorporate the ideas in the previous art.

I'll definitely work with Alloy on upcoming projects.


Greg Wilson

Founder of Wilson Brothers Musical Products, Portland OR

Walker Weitzel and Alloy Patent Law is ON IT. There's no good reason for Seattle inventors to go anywhere else.