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Provisional Patent Application Filing:

A provisional application is a quick and inexpensive way for inventors to establish a filing (priority) date for their invention, which can be claimed in a later-filed non-provisional application. It is recommended to file a provisional patent application as soon as possible, ideally at the onset of the invention.

Non-Provisional Patent Application Filing :

Non-provisional application is examined by USPTO and needs to include proper working details of the invention. A provisional application has to be followed thereafter, within 12 months of filing non-provisional, else it will automatically lapse. You can also apply for a non-provisional application directly if you have all the working details of the invention.

Design Patent Application Filing :

Design patent should be considered for all design / aesthetic related innovations. Design application should contain enough views to completely disclose the appearance of the claimed design. For example – front, rear, right and left sides, top and bottom.

Patent Search Report :

In general, prior art search determines if your invention is Novel & Inventive (two most important criteria for being patentable). It saves you resources on patenting non-patentable innovations. But there is much more to prior art search as this helps you understand the invention domain better, enabling you to overcome novelty/ inventive step challenges and giving you ideas to improve your invention.

Technology Evaluation Report :

Technology evaluation is designed to access any innovation from both patent ability as well as marketability perspective. In addition to patent ability, it helps you identify competitive issues, ways to commercialize your innovation and highlight legal/technical/market related challenges in commercializing the said innovation.

Services we offer :

  • Consultation with a licensed Patent Practitioner
  • Immediate “Patent Pending” status for 12 months
  • Review of application draft by experienced professionals
  • Filed to USPTO by experienced patent professionals
  • Email consultations with professionals