A patent provides exclusive rights within a country to prevent others from making, using, offering for sale, selling or importing a patented product or a process without the patentee’s prior permission. In exchange of exclusive rights granted by a country, the applicant is under obligation to disclose information to the patent office in the form of a provisional or non-provisional specification.
Generally, a provisional application includes invention description and few illustrations; whereas the non-provisional application includes claims, description and illustrations. The firm has required technical and legal expertise to draft provisional or non-provisional specification. Our experienced team from diverse technological and legal background enables us to prepare quality drafts for our Indian and Foreign clients. Our techno-legal professionals are from electrical, computers, mechanical, life science, and bio-technology background.
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