IPR group's translation services are focused only on patent and technical translation.

Our translation experts work on hundreds of patent applications, entering to the national phase in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Moldova.

Soon after its foundation in 1999, the IPR group became a leader in professional patent translation and filings, specializing in various industries. We provide fast and high-quality technical translations at cost-effective fees, embracing the working languages of the Patent Offices of the above mentioned 12 CIS countries, namely Russian (7 countries of the CIS and EAPO) – Ukrainian - Romanian - Georgian - Armenian - Azerbaijani.

Translation services are available for English, Russian, German, French, Spanish and Italian patent applications.

 

Patent translations

It’s known, patent translation can pose quite a challenge even for the most of translators. A patent translation must be clear, precise and completely unambiguous, allowing to precisely estimate the scope of rights for their future effective enforcement, first of all, in case of any infringement. Translators are faced with the demanding requirements for translation of very specific terms without restriction of the meaning.

We thoroughly realize that patent translation requires in-depth knowledge of two of the most sophisticated translation backgrounds: technical and legal. Both of these advanced forms of translation require a deep understanding and knowledge of a large amount of complex terminology details and aspects.

Our experienced experts from various fields guarantee the accuracy of translation work for obtaining, licensing and protection of the full scope of IP right. Thereafter, the Patent Attorneys who are familiar with the requirements of examination will carefully proofread and certify each translation work for further filing of patent application or PCT national phase entry. Scientific knowledge and careful check up are defining factors in all our patent translations.