Patent Filing

A patent is a legal document that is granted by the government of India, to an Individual or an entity who is the right owner of that Invention. It gives some special rights to the innovator, to make use and sell his or her creation for a specific period of time.
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Patent filing or patent registration is the first step towards protecting the invention from being misused. Patent filing in India is quite a complicated process. However, with the right professional’s help, it can be done easily.

For any Invention to be qualify for patent filing, it must meet the basic three requirements
  • It must be novel and one among of its kind. This means that the actual invention must be new and there shouldn't be any existential trace of it
  • It must be unique in itself. An improvement in the current technology by an individual cannot be patented
  • It must be useful. It should add value to the lifetime of the commoner and it must not benefit or support the utilization of illegal things or must not be used for any immoral purpose

  • A patent after approval is valid for 20 years, after that the applicant can file for renewal of the same patent.

    Benefits of Patent Filing


    A Patent is an Intellectual Property. Once an applicant is granted the patent, he or she becomes the exclusive owner of that Intellectual property.

    Exclusive Rights

    Patent filing restricts its competitors form Copying (using the invented technology/process), Selling and importing its intellectual property without its prior permission. This way the owner of the patent can protect his rights in support of the existing laws of the land.

    Intellectual Property

    A patent is simply like all other intellectual property. Which can be sold, licensed and transferred by the inventor.

    Brand Creation

    A patented product is probably going to enhance brand perception and potentially enable your business to charge a premium.


    1. Complete specification
    2. Name, address and nationality of inventors
    3. Name, address and nationality of applicant
    4. Power of Attorney
    5. Assignment Deed or form endorsed by the inventor

    Process of Patent Filing

    Step 1: Invention disclosure

    Step 2: Patent search

    Step 3: Decision to file an application for patent

    Step 4: Patent drafting

    Step 5: Filing the patent application

    Step 6: Request for examination

    Step 7: Responding to objections (if any)

    Step 8: Grant of patent

    Key Deliverables

    1. Patent Application Draft
    2. Patent Application acknowledgement
    3. Patent Registration certificate (If approved)
    4. Challan

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    Entrepreneur Friendly

    We make the process so easy and fast that you will not even feel the headache of all the paperwork, and our professionals will provide you all the promised deliverable within a given span of time.

    Experienced Professionals

    All our professionals are qualified and specialized in that particular work. Making sure no mistakes are done at the time of filings with the authorities so that company won’t have to pay any penalties due to mistakes.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Patent is an exclusive or negative right given by a sovereign state to the inventors for his or her inventions to exclude others from making, using, offering purchasable , selling or importing the product or process(s) for the limited period of time. Patent provides a temporary monopoly for the product or process to the inventor for the limited period of time in the exchange of full disclosure of the invention with enablement, the best mode and know how requirements.
    Patent protection may be a territorial right, means if an inventor is taking protection during a particular country, he/she cannot extend his/her rights to other jurisdictions. If inventors want to increase his/her protection in other jurisdictions then inventors must file a application in each country where they need to guard their inventions. Every country has their own laws or rules regarding the patent registration but the basic requirements are almost same.

    Copyright may be a sort of property right which seeks to guard original artistic, creative and literary works. These creations require tremendous intellectual efforts, and thus the creators are rewarded with prerogative to take advantage of their work commercially. The creator can seek copyright on books, music, paintings, sculptures, films and even on technology-based works like computer programs and electronic databases.

    A trademark is any graphical representation which has the ability to distinguish your goods and services from that of your competitors’ goods and services. It may range from a wide variety of representations such as a word, logo, symbol, label, image, the combination of colors etc. A trademark helps in defining the origin of the products or services and also helps in denoting the standard of these goods and services. Thus, by creating goodwill within the minds of the consumers, a trademark can create greater brand recognition and enhance brand value.
    Just like the other sort of invention, software must be both novel and non-obvious. The extra hurdle that software inventions must overcome is that the requirement of patent eligibility. A software invention must have eligible subject matter in order to be patentable.
    Absolutely YES. If by "algorithm" you mean a series of steps, then you can definitely patent a method or process that is comprised of a series of steps.
  • Any method of agriculture or horticulture
  • Any process under the bracket of medicinal, surgical, curative or other treatment of person, animals or plants.
  • An upgrade or discovery of anything that relates to nuclear energy
  • Discovery of unique machine, apparatus or a process