All inventions are not patentable. So the first step is to check if your invention meets the criteria for patentability.
Patent application requires several specific information points and supporting documents related to the invention, which should be kept ready before filling the patent application form.
Our patents experts will skillfully draft the application for you in order to ensure maximum possibility of success. Then the application will be filed with the Registrar along with the necessary documents.
After 18 months of initial application, the application is published in a recognized journal of the relevant field. With the payment of additional fee, this period can be reduced to 15 days.
An examiner is appointed after a request for patent examination is filed. The examination involves checking for patentability, which is followed by submission of a report by the examiner to a controller.
The controller checks the report for any objections and if they arise, the applicant is informed about the same. The applicant needs to respond to these objections with a strong report in order to resolve them, in due time.
Once the objections are resolved satisfactorily, the patent is granted and published in a journal.