Patent Drafting, Filing & Prosecution
An effective patent strategy takes into account how new patent applications are drafted, where patent applications are filed and how patent applications are prosecuted to achieve granted patent rights. The objective is to secure the grant of patent rights that will be an important asset for your business and give you an advantage over your competitors.
Patent drafting at Davies Collison Cave
Drafting a new patent application requires a detailed technical understanding of an invention and how it relates to what has been done before. At DCC we pride ourselves on our highly qualified practitioners covering all technology areas. In fact, a significant number of our attorneys hold a PhD and have post doctoral experience. We are able to allocate resources most relevant to our clients’ inventions.
Patent filing at Davies Collison Cave
Devising a patent filing program involves commercial and practical considerations. Our practitioners are pragmatic and ask the right questions in order to understand our clients' needs and expectations. We have extensive experience with patent filings all over the world and are well equipped to lay the foundations for a client's patent portfolio.
Patent prosecution at Davies Collison Cave
Individually, and collectively, our practitioners have extensive experience representing clients before the Australian and New Zealand Patent Offices. We also work closely with associates representing our clients’ interests before overseas patent offices. With this experience we apply a tenacious and creative approach to patent prosecution. These skills mean we are well placed to achieve desired outcomes for our clients.
Our service offerings:
- drafting of new patent applications
- prosecution of patent applications to grant in Australia, New Zealand and overseas
- formulation of IP strategies and patent filing programs.
We have put together a short animation to help guide you through the Standard Patent process in Australia.
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