A patent is a right granted to an inventor by the government which permits the inventor of a product or a process that provides to exclude others from making, selling or using the invention for a limited period.
The concerned department shall carry out the necessary checking, and subsequently shall accept or reject the application. If accepted, the decision will be published in the Official Gazette, dependent on payment of the publication fees, and be open for the objection from the general public for a period of sixty (60) days thereafter. If no objection is being raised by any third party, then the patent will be registered accordingly. In case, the application is rejected, the applicant shall have the right to appeal within sixty (60) days.
We undertake the registration of Patent as well protection of Patent worldwide. We provide the documentation and the research that will allow you to register your Patent and ensure legal Protection. Our company is comprised of an experienced team of professionals who work with our customers to develop and protect their invention and its technical know-how from any unauthorized use, breach or disclosure.
The rightful owner of the patent shall have the legal power to forbid third parties from carrying out any activities related to manufacturing, importing, offering for sale, selling or using the product or keeping it with a view to offering it for sale or use, whether the rights given to him are related to a product or a process. Also, he or his legal heirs shall have the right to obtain an additional Patent or for improvement, changes or an addition to the invention after it has been patented. The application for additional protection requires the same process of the original application.
Intellectual property is a creation or work of human mind or intellect, specifically, an idea, invention, discovery, trade secret, process, program, data, formula, patent, copyright, and trademark, design etc.
Intellectual Property Law is an International Common Law, but varies according to the regional state of affairs.
Intellectual Property has assumed a great importance in recent times as a result of the recognition that "knowledge is property". The field of Intellectual Property and its growth in recent times is definitely remarkable and outstanding in the light of changing needs and necessaries of the society, the nation and the world of nations.
Intellectual property (IP) Law is an umbrella term used to refer to the object of a variety of laws, including:
Registration and renewal of Intellectual properties worldwide.
Protection & Enforcement
Legal Action against Infringement & Duplication
License & Assignment of ownership
Amendments of Trademark registration
• Using of your brand by competitors for one's benefit
• Competitors may prohibit you to use your brand
• Fines from the state bodies for using and advertising of the unregistered brand
• Penalties for violation any legal compliance
• Using of your content by competitors
• Using of design of your website/SOFTWARE/mobile application by competitors to obtain financial benefits
• Copying of source code or unique modules of your software/website/Mobile app
• Claim for the rights for the software from the developer, a former employee
• Blocking of your software/website/Mobile application by reason of the violation of third party rights and many others.