So, you have a patented invention, but don’t have any idea what to do next, and what are the different money-making options available for you. This blog will provide you detailed information about how to bring an invention into the market – manufacturing on your own and IP licensing. The first step is to study … Continue reading IP Licensing or Manufacturing – What’s Best to Get your Invention in the Market
While doing research and development, we often found some creative ideas, processes, and concepts that don’t exist. As an inventor, you hold the right to enjoy all the benefits of what you have invented and obtaining a patent can provide you the legal protection for that. Since the US patent law changed to first-to-file system … Continue reading Ready with your IP Application Filing – Consider these three parameters
Are your inventions, ideas, and technologies being used by others despite you hold patent for that? In this blog, you will get detailed information about patent infringement, how to identify and control it. In the modern business world, patent infringement is one of the most important topics. As per a 2017 update to The IP Commission … Continue reading Patent Infringement Analysis and Control – A Complete Guide
Do you know if you use someone’s intellectual property in your product/service or other business activities, it can create a lot of problems in the future? Yes, this is true. No matter the industry your business belongs to; whether it is automobile, healthcare, education, information technology, online services, or entertainment, you need to be familiar … Continue reading FTO Analysis – Know If Your Product/Service Infringe Someone’s IP Assets
When an idea is discovered, a lot of dreams and hopes of building innovative products and successful businesses are also born along with. As an inventor, you think you achieved something big, and your idea will help solve many problems in a specific area. But, what if you find that the idea is already patented … Continue reading I Found My Idea Already Patented – Can I Still Use it Now?