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Unlike the popular belief, writing a patent application is not just about meeting the patent office requirements and getting a grant. A patent document is not even worth the paper it is written on if it is not enforceable when the need arises. A good patent drafter always thinks ahead in to the future and writes an application that will be difficult to bypass by minor tweaks and/ or even after technological advancements. A good quality patent application draft further ensures that it sails through smoothly during the prosecution. This way the inventors do not end up spending a fortune on office actions and patent office objections. Further, it should be understood that rules of the game are different for different technical areas and countries. While preparing a patent application various recent case laws and decision must be kept in mind. At PATENT DRAFTING CATALYST, we have perfected the art of patent drafting for multiple technology areas and countries. We have seen how patent attorneys prosecuting our patent drafts have been able to reduce the office actions significantly. A number of patents, which were drafted by us, have been successfully enforced against infringers – getting us the trust, appreciation and more business.
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The basic concept of U.S. patent law is that the inventor owes the public a duty to define the scope of the patent, by means of the claims, in words as precise as the circumstances allow for. 35 U.S.C. § 112 states that the specification of a patent document shall conclude with one or more[…]
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