Imagin this: You’ve just invented the next big thing – a gadget so mind-blowing that еvеn your pet goldfish is impressed. But here’s the catch, if you don’t patent it, your brilliant idea might as well be fish food (pun intended). Let’s dive into why your invention desperately needs a patent, and we promise it won’t be as boring as fish tank maintenance!
Without a patent, your invention is like a leaky boat. Others can swoop in, steal your idea, and sail away with all the glory (and profits). Patenting is your lifeboat, saving you from drowning in a sea of copycats.
Start by imagining a new idea or product.
Researching existing patents and other materials ensures that your idea is unique.
Make a complete record of your findings, including photographs and explanations.
File a patent application with the relevant government agency (e.g., USPTO in the United States).
The Patent Office examines your application for compliance with legal and technical requirements.
Your invention is published, making it publicly available.
Respond to Office actions and make necessary adjustments for approval.
If approved, you will receive a patent certificate, which gives you exclusive rights for a certain period.
Taking legal action to protect your rights is one component of the patent protection process. These policies include Validity /Invalidity Studies, Infringement Search, legal status checks, and the freedom to operate as a necessary component of protecting your rights.
Sticking to core values of giving the best quality, reduced timelines, customer centric approach, 24×7 availability and giving the best value for customer’s money made IMMUNIS a unique Patent service provider for the customers.