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What is a patent?


A patent protects your invention and is a monopoly right granted to the owner of the patent to make, use and sell his invention to the exclusion of others for 20 years. A product or a process that gives a new technical solution to a problem could be regarded as a patentable invention.


Why should I register my patent?


Patents are very commercially valuable to a business and a registered patent can generate revenue for a business in many ways, for example raising money from investors for the business, through licensing deals with third parties or outright sale of the patent for a decent price. Like trademarks, patent rights are territorial in nature, so to get ahead of competitors and attract customers through your innovation, it is important to take immediate steps to get your patent registered.


How can we help you?


Our law firm can assist you in: 


  • Pre-filing prior art searches.

  • Advice on the patentability of inventions.

  • Filing and registering a patent.

  • Drafting patent specifications or claims. 

  • Renewals of patent registration or annuities.

  • Patent opposition or revocation actions.

  • Patent infringement litigation, which includes drafting/responding to cease and desist letters.

  • Change in ownership of a patent, which includes the transfer of rights through an assignment.

  • Patent portfolio management.

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