Patent Drafting in India is the details, specification, and claims of the invention that one needs to furnish while filling the patent application. Basically, it is a part of how to patent an idea. One needs to focus on even the slightest of details while patent drafting in India and getting all the details right. Hence, it is important for the applicant to take his time and prepare the patent description in an appropriate way. There is a minimal chance of adding more information after drafting the patent.
Collaboration between an attorney and the inventors is an essential part of the patent drafting process. It is imperative that the attorneys understand the invention in detail, all of its claims of usefulness, as well as what distinguishes it from similar existing products or processes. Failure in this area increases the chances of the application being denied by the Indian Patent Office.
As outlined, the non-provisional patent draft includes the following thirteen sections:
- The title of your invention
- A cross-referenced list of any related patent applications
- A statement about any federally sponsored R&D —if applicable
- The names of all parties if there is a joint research agreement
- References to a “sequential listing,” any tables or computer program listings, as well as any appendix submitted to a CD or storage device and the incorporation-by-reference list
- Background information on the invention
- A brief summary of invention
- A short description of the drawings
- A detailed description of invention
- The claim or claims
- An abstract of the disclosure.
- Sequence Listing, if not supplied on a CD or storage device
- An oath or declaration
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