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Patent Registration

The purpose of the patent is to protect an invention and give commercial advantage to its owner.

The commercial advantage can include preventing competitors from copying a patent owner's product, deterring competitors from suing the patent owner for infringement of their patent, increasing the value of the patent owner's business (for capital raising or issuance on the stock exchange), building a reputation for innovation (can also contribute to recruitment of employees), receiving income from commercialization of the patent (license or sale) and more.

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Preparing the patent precedes the registration. The patent preparation stage requires an understanding of both the technical and commercial aspects of the invention that will be protected by the patent, in order to know which aspects should be protected commercially and technologically.  Understanding the commercial aspects can also help in deciding where to file the patent application.

A patent application includes a brief description of the technological background, a technical description (as comprehensive as possible) of the invention, and an explanation of how the invention solves the problem it is intended to solve and how it realizes its advantages.  The application ends with claims which define the scope of legal protection. Each claim stands on its own, both during the examination of the patent and during legal proceedings relating to the patent. It is customary to write one or more sets of claims with varying scopes of protection. Wider claims provide broader protection but are easier to dismiss.

There are three main types of claims: System claims, Method claims, and Software claims.

The three types are designed to "catch" different violators.

  • System claims are suitable for protection against an entity that manufactures or sells an infringing system (for example produces infringing medical devices).

  • Method claims are suitable for protection against a service provider that includes the use of a method (for example a cellular provider transmitting calls using a transmission method, such as CDMA, that infringes a method patent).

  • Software claims are suitable for protection against an entity marketing infringing software (for example, cyber software that can be downloaded on the Internet).

While preparing the application, a preliminary search is conducted for information existing in the field to assist in understanding the uniqueness of the invention. However, such a search is not mandatory.

If a search was conducted, in some countries (for example the United States and Israel) it is mandatory to bring the relevant search results to the attention of patent authorities where the patent application was filed.

After preparing the application, it is filed with one or more patent authorities and undergoes an examination process. The examination process can take anywhere from a few months to a few years and usually includes one or more rounds of objections from the patent office and answers from the patent owner.

If the examination is successful then the patent owner receives a patent – and must pay renewal fees in order to keep the patent valid.

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We are here to accompany you from the idea conception all along its development.

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