PATENTS

/ˈpat(ə)nts,ˈpeɪt(ə)nts/ noun
1. 
government authorities or licences conferring a right or title for a set period, especially the sole right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention

Patents protect inventions which are (these days) usually highly technical and specific developments aimed at overcoming some specific technical problem. That said, the value of a patent isn’t determined by the underlying technological innovation it protects, and extremely valuable patents exist for innovations that are far less high-tech. What is more important is that the patent and the text it contains effectively captures the essence of the invention it seeks to protect.

At OPUS-IP, our clients feel instantly comfortable that they are speaking with someone who has a feel both not just for their technology in general, but also identifies (reassuringly quickly) exactly what their developments and improvements are, their advantages, and of course, their value and utility.

Our exceptional academic background coupled with our aptitude for precise technical drafting results in patent documents that are focused, robust, and pithy, as they should be, instead of some lengthy meandering text which at best only partially captures the essence of your idea, and at worst, fails to capture it all.

“Patently clear”…there’s a reason that phrase exists…we aim to demonstrate why.

 
 
 
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