Patentability of an invention refers to patent eligibility of the invention, as defined in the patent laws. When a patent application is examined by the patent office, the primary goal of the patent examiner is to determine the patentability of the invention as defined by the patent claims, as described in detail by the patent description, and as illustrated by way of patent drawings.
Pharmaceutical companies employ patent extension strategies to compensate for their R&D investments and regulatory approval costs of new drugs. Broadly, three major extensions and protections exist, namely, Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs), Patent Term Extensions (PTEs), and Regulatory Data Protection (RDP).
Patent Filing for Foreign Applicants / Companies in India under Convention Treaty or PCT National Phase Foreign Applicants and Companies can file a patent in India by hiring the patent filing services of registered patent attorneys in India. We at Tech Corp Legal LLP are a registered intellectual property consultancy firm based in New Delhi, India which provides… Continue reading Patent Registration Procedure in India|How to apply for patent rights in India
Patent due diligence refers to an audit to assess patents owned by, or licensed to, a company, business or individual.