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.
Trade marks can be registered for a company's name, slogan or logo. The main aim of a trade mark is to distinguish the products and service of one brand from that of another. Once a trademark is registered, no-one else would be able to use that particular trade or one that is confusingly similar. If… Continue reading Trademarks & Venture Capital Investments