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With the fast-changing environment and economy, holding a patent gives your business and idea an edge. A patent is a right granted by the governments which prevent others from using, copying or selling the patented product/ process. It can be obtained by any business or individual that wants to secure their ideas or creation. A permanent patent is a way to protect your final product/ process/ invention from infringement. It is obtained once you have a complete invention in place and is in its final form. It is obtained for 20 years and gives you an exclusive, licensable, transferable right to hold the patent, selling and marketing it, manufacture, or to launch it. It is comprehensive, protected and enforceable for the next 20 years.
Patent Publication: If accepted, it is published in a patent journal, after 18 months from the date of application. (request of speeding up can be made)
Examination: Should be filed within 48 months from date of application or on date of priority. The Patent examiner will determine if the patent application satisfies the novelty, inventive step and other criteria established for granting patent registration. In case of objections, the same will be raised by the Patent Examiner in the First Examination Report. Response to the objection raised in the First Examination Report can be filed within 12 months by the patent applicant.
You can’t patent an idea. It is against the law. Patents can only be granted for things, processes, compositions, machines, manufactured articles, inventions. Abstract ideas or theories cannot be patented.
We conduct extensive search in the patent database before filing to protect ourselves from any infringement.
Once the patent is filed, you cannot make any changes to the patent.
Yes, there is an option for selling a patent. You can also license them. A patent includes a specification, which is a description, and a drawing of an invention.
Anyone can file a patent, including yourself. But still, we strongly recommend consulting a legal expert, who is experienced and proficient at handling patents, to void any potential damage.