Patent search for your product

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Bibliographic search

We search for previously granted patents, inventors, or patent holders.


Freedom to Operate

We check fact identification and any potential third party rights violations when selling goods. If there is a violation, we provide an analysis of its severity and make recommendations for action.


Prior Art

We handle the study of the object’s patent purity and make recommendations regarding the optimal form of protection and following actions.


Comparative analysis

We conduct a comparative analysis of a product with a specific patent to identify any violation of an existing patent.

We will define the patent purity and conduct a risk analysis for your product.

A patent search is a reliable tool for determining the possibility of patenting a product. It assesses its patent purity and conducts a risk analysis of potential third party rights violations.
Guard yourself against blocked sales due to unforeseen rights violations of current patent owners, and obtain your patent to consolidate your market position.

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Why does your company need patent research?

The successful patent policy of the company allows you to quickly respond to the development of market technology. This is a major advantage for those who work in or are associated with science and innovation. An analysis of the industry, the market, and verification of patent purity will clarify whether you can obtain a patent for your developments.

Benefits of Patent Research and Patenting

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Patent research will give you an idea of the state of the market and industry, as well as the scientific and technological potential of your company and your product.

Counterfeit Protection

We check the right to prohibit the use of patented commercial development by others.

Market analysis

Our research will help identify competitors, potential contractors, licensors and licensees, and partners.

Patent Troll Protection

We protect your product from those seeking to patent it as their own, preventing them from making claims against you.

Competitive advantage

By helping you secure a patent we make sure that the scope of potential competitors is significantly limited, offering you a competitive advantage.

Income from the sale of licenses and the patent itself

Once obtained, you can conclude licensing agreements, commercial concession agreements, or even sell the patent itself.

Increase in profit and return on investment

Patent availability increases production cost, and an increase in company value contributes to income growth from investments.

Stages of Patent Research

Task definition

The task may be determining trends in technology, the novelty of a solution, or determining patent purity.

Search and selection

Patent documentation is verified through database image searches, and an array of patent documentation is generated.

Systematization and analysis

Generated documents are analyzed and organized according to the technical orientation of their associated research area or specific events.

Final check

The results of the initial task analysis conducted in the first stage are used to determine any possible future actions or recommendations.

Patent research is a complex and lengthy process. Each stage of patent research is specific and is determined by a certain set of tasks.

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What is patent purity?

Patent purity is the legal property of intellectual capital, meaning that the product complies with the conditions for granting protection and can be registered.

The purpose of a patent purity search is to identify the features of the patented invention used in the subject, despite any differences in other features.

Is it possible to conduct patent research on my own?

If you have enough time to study the legal and technical aspects, this is possible. However, you will encounter the following difficulties:

  • The need to purchase access to paid patent databases;
  • Difficulties in translating documentation from foreign languages;
  • Lack of experience in applying patent law.

When do I need to register a patent for a design (industrial design) or invention?

If it is an industrial design, no more than 6 months can pass since the publication of the design, its initial use, the release of copies, or the filing of applications for registration in other countries. If it is an invention, then no more than 12 months can pass. If these time limits are exceeded, priority protection is lost.

What is the difference between a patent for an invention and one for an industrial design?

A patent for an invention may be granted to anyone who invents or discovers any new and useful process, the machine, product, the composition of materials, or useful improvement. A patent for an industrial design can be granted to anyone who comes up with a new, original, and decorative design for a product.

Is it necessary to register a patent in each country separately?

Yes, the patent has territorial protection. According to the Paris Convention, you have a priority of 6 months for a design and 12 months for an invention. If you do not file in this period, you will have protection only in one country and you will not be able to block the sales of such a product in other countries.