Patent Specification is a techno-legal document, preparation of which requires deep knowledge of technology as well as legal procedure and statutes. A Patent Application typically contains parts such as an abstract, one or more claims, a background, a detailed description and drawing, and a summary. Writing a high-quality patent specification is important because it sets out in a clear fashion the terms by which the patent owner and others will be bound.
We help clients in drafting – Provisional as well as Complete Specifications for any technological domain.
A Provisional Specification is drafted when an applicant finds that his/her invention is not fully backed and is undergoing further research but sufficient details are there to protect the core idea. A provisional specification secures a priority date for the application over any other application which is likely to be filed in respect of the same invention being developed concurrently. In case of provisional specification filing, Complete Specification has to be filed within 12 months.
A Complete Specification fully and particularly describes the invention and discloses the best method of performing the invention.