Patent your invention

Patent your invention

Patenting an idea, invention or project is essential to prevent third parties from using it without your permission. With the registration of a patent, its owner will be able to exclusively exploit the invention, but also sell or license the invention to third parties.

It is important to know that the patent application must be made before disclosing the idea because otherwise the patent will not be valid. The drafting and processing of a patent requires in-depth technical and legal knowledge.

Contact us to quickly and efficiently patent your idea, invention or project.

Before we ask you for information about your idea, we will sign a confidentiality agreement so that you have the peace of mind to speak openly with us.

When we know about the invention, we will do a free first analysis to investigate whether or not the idea meets the requirements to be patented and we will give you our professional opinion.

If you decide to hire us to patent your idea, you should know that our service includes:


  • - Drafting of the description and claims, as well as preparation of the necessary drawings for the patent.

  • - Monitoring of the patent process and regular communication with the inventor about the progress of the process.

  • - Active surveillance of your invention to detect patent applications that may affect your rights.

  • - Resolution of queries related to your patent while your patent is valid.
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Learn more about the patent registration process

Registering a patent is a long and complicated process that must be done very well to obtain maximum protection for an idea. Also, you have to know that not all inventions are patentable. For an invention to be patentable, it must be new worldwide and not only that, but it must also be sufficiently different (inventive) with respect to the most similar inventions disclosed to date.

Drafting a patent

A bad wording of the patent is the most common cause for not being able to prosecute third parties who are taking advantage of the protected invention. The drafting of a patent follows a strict structure that must be known in order not to protect an invention that is too generic (causing it not to meet the requirements established by law to be patented) or too specific (causing any small modification to the invention to be left behind). out of protection).

The European patent agent

Industrial property agents and especially European patent agents are trained professionals with extensive experience in patent drafting. The patents carried out by us are always drafted and/or reviewed by a European patent agent in order to offer the highest quality service.

Registration process in Spanish Patent and Trademark Office

Once the patent has been drafted and the text approved by the inventor, the patent is filed with the Patent and Trademark Office. At the same time that it is presented, a presentation receipt is obtained that offers the inventor or owner of the patent provisional rights over his idea, invention or project.

The processing of a patent implies a search carried out by the Patent and Trademark Office of the closest antecedents to the invention that is intended to be patented. Along with the list of previous documents detected, the Patent and Trademark Office delivers a written opinion on the patentability of the invention taking into account the background information detected.

At that time it is possible to restructure the patent to focus protection on those parts of the invention that have not been disclosed by the records and after paying an examination fee, the Patent and Trademark Office again offers an opinion on the patentability of the patent. invention.

If the invention meets the patentability requirements, it is granted and if it does not, it offers the possibility to the inventor or owner of the patent to argue against it.

Worldwide patent protection

In any case, the original patent application offers its holder 12 months of worldwide reservation, within which the inventor must decide whether or not to extend the protection outside the originally protected territory.

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