Patent Invalidity Search

Importance of Patent Invalidity Search

There are instances where a third party might challenge your patent after its issuance or vice versa. Either way, you have to perform a patent invalidity search (or patent validity search). It is the first step either party takes when they are in the middle of or are planning to file a patent infringement lawsuit.[…]

Patent Filing Precautions for Startups: Top 3

When startups take charge of filing a patent, and if it was their first patent, they might not be able to show their best results in the first filed patent, due to lack of knowledge about the patent fundamentals and awareness about the IP filed. Generally, the first patent is always the least valuable patent[…]

Patenting An Idea: Possible or Not?

Patenting An Idea- Possible or Not? To answer the above question is pretty simple. It is a NO! An idea can never be patented. It is the invention that has to be patented. It is true that the root behind any invention is an idea but always an idea cannot lead to an invention. An[…]

How Patenting Can Bring Success?

How Patenting Can Bring Success? The earliest origins of patents are ancient and uncertain, but some countries have a long history of patenting in which we see the development of modern principles. Britain has a significant trait of patenting right back since the 15th century. Back in America, the Patent Act of 1836 created US Patent[…]

Avoid Mistakes While Filing Patent Application

A patent can create or break one’s business. Along with the success of a business it also determines the potential financial future of it too. If an inventor doesn’t patent his invention and someone else does it, then the inventor would be sued for patent infringement in spite of being the original or first person[…]

Patent Filing : Various Kinds of Fees

Patent Filing: A Patent is a legal document granted by the government giving an inventor the exclusive right to make, use, and sell an invention for a specified period of time (generally 20 years). During this tenure, an applicant can enjoy an exclusive monopoly to make, sell, and license its granted invention to any third party. But[…]