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Trademark Registration

What is a Patent?

A patent is basically a right or a kind of license which is given to someone for a determined amount of time by the government which confers on the person the sole authority to exclude others from using, promoting, selling or modifying an invention in exchange of public disclosure of the details of an invention. An invention can be a solution to a technological problem, process or product and is an intellectual property.

It insures the inventor and his invention from getting exploited without valid permission and also secures the investor’s exploitation rights preventing the product being invested on from changing or altering.

There are certain requirements an invention and inventor must be fulfilling in order to obtain a patent. Those are: Industrial applicability
The resourcefulness of the invention
Originality of the invention
The person holding this patent would get sole rights to the invention for a specified time which would assure him a market reserve.
Anyone who has an original invention or product, a new manufacturing process or an improvisation in an already existing product can apply for patent protection.


We also do Patent Litigation and Infringement Cases

Patent Types

The Patents can be broadly classified into two categories:

The Invention Patent:

This patent is not defined by a law and is inclusive of all inventions which fulfill the industrial applicability, resourcefulness and originality clause.

The Utility Model:

This kind of patent is law defined and comprises of all objects of practical utility which is subject to industrial applicability which results in functional enhancement of the utility of the product or its manufacturing.

Procedure for Patent Registration

  • Fill Patent application form

    All you need to do is complete our simple form and provide your basic information which will be required.

  • Conduct Patent Search

    After receiving all the documents from your side, we will conduct a patentability search for you.

  • Prepare Application

    On basis of your basic information and documents, we will draft your Patent application

  • Patent Submission

    After the final review, we will file the Patent application with Indian Patent office.

  • Your work is completed

    After submitting all the documents and Patent application, we will mail you the acknowledgement regarding same.

    CONGRATULATIONS

Rights and Validity Expiration

The patents filed will be thoroughly evaluated and examined for its resourcefulness, applicability and originality before granting rights to the applicant. The patent once granted, makes available the rights claimed by the applicant for a fixed period of time. The holder has the permission and exclusive rights to manipulate or explore the patented product or invention within the National Territory or within the valid patent limits.

The patent holder can prevent unauthorized or illegal production or trade of the patented product or the process of production of the process. The extent of protection of the patented product depends on the claims submitted by the applicant. The holder is also insured against any potential damages that might occur during the exploration or commercialization of the product between the date of publication of the patent and the date of definitive granting.

The Validity of an Invention patent is 20 years counted from the date of filing of patent application and the Utility Model Patent is applicable for 15years from the date of filing.

Criteria for filing a Patent

Novelty: i.e. some part of it has a new development and has not been published in India or elsewhere before the date of filing of the patent application in India.

Nature of the work: This includes class & description of the work, title of the Work. In case of a website copyright, give the URL of the website. You also need be mention the language of the Work

Date of Publication: Mention the date of Publication in internal magazines (if possible). Like a company magazine or a research paper submitted to a professor does not count as publication.

Why Patent Registration

  • Get royalty by licensing your patent
  • Protection for a period of 20 years in India
  • You can then utilize your invention yourself.
  • Stop others from using your invention without your permission

What is a Patent?

The Patenting system in India is governed by the Patents Act, 1970 & The Patents Rules 1972.

TA patent is a grant by the India patent office that allows the patent owner to maintain a monopoly for a limited period of time on the use and development of an invention.

This right excludes others from making, processing, producing, using, selling, and importing the product or process in India without patent owner’s consent.

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