We use a team of talented attorneys and subject matter experts with extensive experience in technology, communications, computer science and medicine to perform patent research. Our goal is to keep our clients intellectual property portfolios secure and advise them on any possible threats or infringements. Coupled with the powerful capabilities and experience of Openwave, our attorneys have access to extensive technology databases that allow them to perform high level searches. Furthermore, we are associated with numerous engineering and medical schools that allow us to easily hire the people necessary to complete your research project.
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Intellectual Property Landscape Analysis
Our experienced teams can also efficiently analyze your competition's patent portfolios and compare intellectual property. Our professionals excel in the fields of technology, communications, electronics and computer sciences, allowing us to perform extensive searches in your field. We utilize databases capable of searching within the USPTO and WIPO, in addition to any local jurisdiction.
A thorough patent landscape analysis is critical as your competitors may already possess or may have applied (via regular or provisional application) for the desired patent. In addition, an analysis provides ideas to researchers on how to perfect their patent to withstand the scrutiny of the USPTO and other agencies.
Patentability Searches (Search for Prior Art)
We run searches on behalf of our clients to test the novelty of your product, and any anticipated patent infringement, by searching for any prior art within the invention's class or subclass.
Trademark and Copyright Searches
We provide subject matter experts to research your trademark portfolio. Trademark and copyright infringements can create significant financial liability, especially in the information age where people easily broadcast their ideas on computers and other public media. If you are starting a new business, we suggest you perform a thorough search before choosing your logo, slogan, website text and brochure language. If you have an existing business and have not recently performed these searches, we suggest you contact us to research any possible infringement.