Drafting your patent application is the most important step towards obtaining your monopoly right. Our attorneys understand your complicated and diverse technologies. We have the technical education and expertise to understand complex inventions in a...Read More..
After a patent application is filed, the process of patent prosecution begins. Patent prosecution involves responding to Office Actions issued by the United State Patent and Trademark Office to carve out the monopoly rights you deserve. From the...Read More..
Every country has its own Patent laws and rules. We have successfully prosecuted patent applications in China, Japan, European Union, India, South Korea, Australia, and other countries. We partner with expert foreign patent attorneys to navigate the...Read More..
Portfolio analysis involves understanding the strengths and weaknesses of your patents in different technology areas, and identifying ways to improve your portfolio to make it more marketable or stronger in view of your products or processes. We have...Read More..
As you become successful, licensing opportunities knock on your door. We help with defensive analysis to identify defensive risk of the asserted patents to your current and future products. We prepare validity analysis of the patents and identify...Read More..
Freedom to Operate (FTO) are used to determine the patent landscape of the technology area you plan to adapt for your product or process. The idea is that you want to know if your product or process is possibly infringing an issued patent. We take...Read More..
As patents become the means for taking patent licenses, it is helpful to deflect such patents cited against your products or processes by initiating a Reexamination proceeding against the cited patent. Our attorneys can guide you through this process...Read More..
The law on the effects of formal legal opinion as a factor in determining willful infringement of a patent is still not settled. When uncertain whether you are possibility infringing a patent, our attorneys can analyze the problem patent and provide...Read More..
Under the America Invents Act (AIA), six new proceedings were introduced by the USPTO including: Third Party pre-issuance submissions, Post Grant Review (an opposition proceeding), Inter partes review (IPR), Ex parte Re-Exam, Supplemental...Read More..