Our Patent Attorneys are highly experienced in drafting patents as well as filing and processing of national patent applications on inventions, prosecutions, recordal of changes, licenses and agreements, maintaining of the patents in force, and the representation of our clients in court for the successful implementation of their patent.
IPR GROUP’s highly trained patent team is efficient at guiding the client through the necessary steps and procedures needed to protect their inventions against third party infringements, and possible office actions of the examination. Our experts, having degrees in technical, economic, and legal spheres, as well as significant and practical knowledge in the industry, scientific research, business management, and patent examination, work around the clock daily to provide our clients comprehensive solutions in the management and protection of their patent portfolio from unauthorized reproduction, counterfeiting, or exploitation by third parties. We have experts for each of your applied technical and scientific fields and we can definitely assist with all questions of interest to the client in drafting of applications and further patent prosecution.
Conditions of Patentability
To qualify for patenting, an invention must meet certain requirements:
Novelty: The invention must be new and information on the invention must not have been disclosed in any jurisdiction.
Inventive Step: Must possess functionality which qualifies it as an invention i.e. the invention must be more advanced than what exists as state of the art.
Industrially Applicable: Must be useful to some industry, have the ability to be manufactured and applied for practical purposes.
A Patent Owner has the following rights:
Exclusive Right – the right of the Patent Owner at his own discretion to authorize the use of the patent in accordance with the conditions determined by a license agreement or prohibit the use to other persons.
Right of Authorship – the right to be recognized as the author of the invention. The right of authorship is inalienable. The right of authorship remains unchanged when transferring to another person an exclusive right to a patent.
International Agreements in respect of Patents:
The Paris Convention;
The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT)
The Patent Law Treaty
The ISA and IPEA Agreements
The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)
For more details on national patent registration in our jurisdictions, kindly follow the individual tabs to explore the procedures required in each of our countries of the CIS: Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Belarus.
It also should be noted that invention can be protected for filling of applications to the EAPO (covers 8 CIS Countries).