Patent Filing Services in Chandigarh

Chandigarh has a thriving start up ecosystem and is home to many innovative businesses. Patent registration is essential for such businesses to protect their inventions and gain a competitive edge in the market. There are several patent registration services available in Chandigarh that can help businesses with the process.

One such service is Akhildev Ipr and Research Services (iprsrg.com). We conduct a comprehensive patent search to ensure the uniqueness of the idea, saving valuable time and effort. After confirming the novelty of the invention, We proceed to meticulously draft the patent application form and compile all necessary supporting documents.

Another service is Trade Mark Registration. We offer patent registration services in Chandigarh and can help businesses protect their inventions from getting maltreated. In exchange for public disclosure of the respective invention, the sovereign state issues a legal document to an inventor or an authorized person for a period of 20 years.

India Filings is another service that offers patent registration services in Chandigarh. We specialize in provisional patent registration and can help businesses with complete specifications registration of device patents (non-provisional) with the Indian Patent Office.

Patent Root is a leading patent and trademark consultancy service provider with a strong presence across India. We offer patent and trademark consultancy services and can help businesses with the patent registration process in Chandigarh.

Overall, businesses in Chandigarh have access to several patent registration services that can help them protect their inventions and gain a competitive edge in the market.

FAQs about Patents

The patent owner has the exclusive right to prevent or stop others from commercially exploiting the patented invention. Patient protection means that the invention cannot be commercially made, used, distributed, imported or sold by others without the patent owner’s consent.

The protection is granted for a limited period, generally 20 years from the filing date of the application.

Patent rights are usually enforced in a court on the initiative of the right owner. However, the main responsibility for monitoring, identifying and acting against infringers of a patent lies with the patent owner.

Patent information commonly refers to the information found in patent applications and granted patents. This information may include bibliographic data about the inventor and patent applicant or patent holder, a description of the claimed invention and related developments in the field of technology, and a list of claims indicating the scope of patent protection sought by the applicant.

Patent documents contain technological information that is often not divulged in any other form of publication, covering practically every field of technology. They have a relatively standardized format and are classified according to technical fields to make identifying relevant documents even easier. 
The information contained in patent documents can be very useful to researchers, entrepreneurs, and many others, helping them:
• avoid duplication of research and development work.
• build on and improve existing products or processes.
• assess the state-of-the-art in a specific technological field, e.g., to get an idea of the latest developments in this field.
• evaluate the patentability of inventions, in particular the novelty and inventiveness of inventions.
• identify inventions protected by patents, to avoid infringement and seek opportunities for licensing.
• monitor activities of potential partners and competitors both within the country and abroad.
• identify market niches or discover new trends in technology or product development at an early stage. 

Patent applications and related documents are published by national and regional patent offices.
Unpaid databases:
• WIPO’s PATENTSCOPE database
• Google Patents
• Espacenet – patent search
• USPTO Web Patent Database

Paid Databases:
• Orbit
• PatBase
• Patseer