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In India, a patent application can be filed by the true and first inventor, the assignees of such inventor, or the legal representatives of any deceased person who was entitled to make an application before his death. If a patent is granted, the patentee shall have an exclusive right to prevent any third party from making, using, offering for sale, selling or importing the patent without the patentee’s consent.
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The corporate account can offer customised courses to the entire team in order to suit each team’s needs. The Intellectual Property Head of the registered Institution/Team Leader will be able to see the progress of the courses done by the team members. It will be necessary to log-in with your institutional email ID to access the customised courses.
The Invention Finder is Techgrapher’s offering to find whether you have a patentable invention. We do a patentability search to assess if your invention is patentable. You can know more about it here.
Working disclosure forms the foundation of a prior art search and filing a patent application. It helps us understand your invention better and serve you better.
A patentability search or a prior art search is conducted on behalf of a potential patent applicant to determine if the invention is patentable based on the existing prior-art.
The patentability search shall help you understand if your invention is novel and if it can get a patent. It is a risk mitigating effort which helps you understand your chances of getting a patent and save unnecessary costs.
In most cases, it is advisable to get a patentability search done before filing a patent application. However, you can go ahead without a patentability report if you are short on time to file an application or on a tight budget.