Patent prosecution refers to an interaction between applicant and patent office regarding grant of pending patent application or regarding registered patent. Prosecution to get the patent application granted includes drafting, filing and pursuing the patent application with the patent office. After filing of patent application, it is published, examined by patent office so as to ascertain novelty, non-obviousness and industrial applicability and patent is granted only if it is not in contravention of any of the provisions of the act. Examination reports issued to patent applicant can include objections based on prior art as well as on non-compliance with procedural requirements. Replies to examination reports that are insufficiently persuasive can lead to rejection of patent application. Patent application can be opposed at the patent office before as well as after grant of patent.
Our Services Includes:
- Drafting of Responses to Examination Reports
- Strategizing amendments and arguments for the patent application for maximizing impact
- Technical Analysis of Examination Report
- Technical Analysis of Cited Prior Arts