Identify, innovate and protect!
What is a patent?
A patent is a right granted to an inventor by a government authority, conferring upon him or her the exclusive right to make, use and sell that invention. Patents usually belong to the fields of economic or technological endeavour. Experienced patent attorneys will be able to guide you as to the why’s, how’s and wherefore’s of registering a patent.
You can get a patent registered through the services of a patent attorney on an article, machine, substance, or a method or process.
The application for a patent filed in India, when it proceeds to grant, will have validity only within the territory of India. In case the applicant is interested in filing patents in multiple countries, it is possible to file a PCT application through which the applicant can enter multiple countries. The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) is an agreement for international cooperation in the field of patents.
This exclusive protection for patents is usually given for a finite term and is valid for 20 years, after which it goes into public domain.
Safeguard your unique ideas through well-crafted patents!
Rapid advancements in technology have created the need to enforce intellectual property rights in diverse fields. Protecting your inventions, ideas, processes and proprietary technology should be something that’s on the top of your priority list. Patent protection protects you from the competition, helps you to get steady revenue and is proven recognition of your intellectual innovation.
What sets us apart?
Our patent attorneys are well versed in specialised patent fields like science and technology. In some cases, the question may arise as to whether an invention is unique enough to qualify for a patent- our patent attorneys can provide sensible advice on patent law, and give you valuable suggestions to help you move forward.
Our patent services cover the whole life cycle of a patent, and include the following:
- Domestic and International Patent searches
- FTO Searches
- Analysis of new technology patentability
- Equitable assessment of patentability
- Formulation of provisional as well as complete specification
- Domestic and International filing
- PCT Filing
- Pre and Post grant oppositions
- Appeals to IPAB
- Prosecution proceeding for infringement
- License agreements
- Renewal of registered patents
- Revocation and invalidation Actions
- Drafting and negotiating License, Assignment Agreements and their recordal
Safeguard your unique ideas; without a patent in place, you could lose out on revenue, opportunities and fame!