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5 Reasons to Conduct a Patent Search

5 Reasons to Conduct a Patent Search

A patent search will tell you if any patents cover similar products to yours – and therefore whether or not your idea is patentable. To qualify for a Patent your invention must have “novelty” and “non-obviousness”. This means that it must not be similar to any existing products, and it must also be a significant improvement on anything that’s been produced before. Read More Continue Reading 5 Reasons to Conduct a Patent Search

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Presentation on Patent Mining

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Patent Infringement Analysis or FTO Analysis in India – Challenges

First Publication Date: 27th January 2010.   Patent infringement analysis is one of the key studies that may be carried out under various scenarios. Some of them being: Proactively ensuring that they don’t violate third party IP, by carrying out this study at product development stage When sued by a competitor on the grounds of infringement of their patent rights Patent holders constantly monitor competitors’ products to check whether competitors’ products are infringing their patent, and take necessary actions to…

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