Improving your IP Assets through Patent Landscape

Patent landscape in a particular technology area enable the corporation to understand how technology has evolved, how it is progressing and what possibly could be done in future to stay ahead of their competitors. It also helps corporate of various sizes to streamline their R&D, production and IP strategy. Most businesses need to stay ahead […]

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Why IDS is important for your Patent Application?

Information disclosure statement (IDS) is a list of all patents, publications, U.S. applications, or other information submitted for consideration by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in a non-provisional patent application filed under 35 U.S.C. S 111(a) to comply with applicant’s duty to submit to the office information which is substantial to the […]

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Importance of File History

A File History is a legal record of every communication between the inventor/his representative and the patent office. The file history of a Patent record all the communication between the patent office and the applicant to become a power tool in litigation proceedings and formulation of licensing strategies. The File History is important to claim […]

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Arranging the Bonds

Chemical structure search involves searching for a specific spatial arrangement of molecules in a given patent or non patent document. It involves the searching of chemical compound structures, from a large collection of sequences published globally. Structure searches are useful when broadly related groups of substances contain a similar fragment of the biological activity of […]

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All about Drafting of a Patent Application

Patent Drafting is the first and perhaps the most important step during the entire lifecycle of the patent. No matter how good an invention is, a poorly drafted patent can lead to the loss of rightful return on investment. A poorly drafted patent may have loopholes which a potential infringer may utilize in order to […]

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Understanding Bio-Sequence Search

Biological Sequences Searches relates to finding a specific arrangement of sequences in a given patent or non patent document. Sequence search allow the inventor to verify whether the sequence is novel or not. Since the novelty of the sequence resides in the unique combination of nucleotides or amino acids, a keywords based search alone cannot […]

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