Patentability Verification and Prior Art Search

The patentability verification and prior art search service provides an accurate assessment of the inventive idea or invention.

The patentability verification and prior art search service is one of the services in the practice area Inventions and Patents.

The search identifies any relevant prior art patents. Depending on the findings, the Firm recommends the best available protection strategy, including drafting and filing a patent for the invention, if deemed appropriate.

Would you like to know the costs of commissioning a patentability search? If you would like to receive a personalised quote, we have created a digital, interactive tool. Click the button (the process takes less than two minutes and the quote is delivered instantly).

WHO REQUIRES THE SERVICE

The service is requested by those who wish to obtain protection for an inventive idea (product or process), in order to:

  • avoid filing a null patent application with subsequent waste of resources spent on patenting;
  • not infringe other people’s patents;
  • establish the most effective protection strategy.

The list is intended as an example only.

SERVICE FEATURES

The patentability verification and prior art search service provided by the Firm includes:

  • the evaluation of the invention by informative/documentary collection, also by booking an initial consultation appointment (in our office, by phone or even by videoconference);
  • searches and investigations of any significant prior art patents;
  • the technical-legal opinion by the Firm’s professionals.

ADVANTAGES

Canella Camaiora Law Firm is highly qualified in the management and protection of industrial and intellectual property rights. 

Among the Firm’s services, the patentability verification and prior art search service is one of the most requested and appreciated. The Firm relies on the collaboration of highly skilled and experienced patent technicians.

Our extensive expertise allows us to make clear, accurate and realistic assessments, also in terms of opportunity and in relation to the benefits achievable from the patent.