Patent protection is an expensive affair and in order to protect once Intellectual Property, it is always advised to get it protection. Novelty, Industrial application and obviousness are the three criteria for the protection of any invention inventor can protect its IP from any unwanted challenges encountered during the prosecution or when you’re trying to enforce your IP. Therefore, it is suggested to conduct a patentability search for the inventors. Also, by doing so applicant would comply the patent office rule to disclose the prior arts and can save their money, time, energy and IP from being declared lack of novelty during the examination by patent examiner. ContrivingIP proposes its client to conduct patentability at:
We have a dedicated team for each domain for searching. Our searchers perform patentability searches, invalidity searches, and freedom to operate searches, and landscape studies. We use latest technology for searching and our paid databases captures the most recent and latest results in the search. Our search results are mapped to feature/element of the invention. Our two layer quality check team has average 5 years of experience. We customize our search reports to fit your needs and easy to understand. Once result is delivered then we also request to client a follow up calls where we can explain any of client’s query related to search result and seek feedback on the work. All of the feedback we receive from the client has been implemented in our future projects so that we can maintain quality of the project as expected. We perform any corrections or addition in the search requested by the client free of cost.
Our searching approach is based on the planning of different types of strategies such as keywords based search, patent classification such as CPC, IPC based searching along with the domain expert analysis.
ContrivingIP engineers use the high quality and reputed patent databases to conduct these searches. Some of the databases are: Dervant Innovation, Innography, Orbit, total patent, google patent, Espacenet, USPTO and other country specific patent databases.