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Complete specifications registration of device patents (non- provisional) with the Indian Patent Office. Complete drawings/ illustrations, abstract and claims to the provided by the client which will be vetted by BmcsIndia expert.

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Patent Registration

Patent Registration In India, patent registration can be acquired for an invention. A patent is a legal right conferred by the government upon an individual or entity, which prohibits others from making, using, selling, or importing the patented product or process without the consent or approval of the patent holder.

The initial and crucial step for an inventor to protect their innovation from unauthorized use is to file a patent application. The patent application process in India is known for its intricacy and time consumption. However, with the assistance of BmcsIndia, you can streamline and simplify the registration process, making it hassle-free and efficient.

Provisional Application: A provisional application, often referred to as a temporary application, is used when an invention is still in progress and not yet complete. Filing a provisional application offers the advantage of preventing other related inventions from being recognized as prior art against the inventor’s application. This type of patent application is suitable for inventions that require additional development time.

Ordinary or Non-Provisional Application: An ordinary or non-provisional application is filed when there is no need for priority claims, or the application is not linked to a previous convention application. There are two methods for submitting a complete specification:

 Direct Filing: The complete specification is initially submitted to the Indian Patent Office without any corresponding provisional specification.

 Subsequent Filing: The complete specification is filed after the provisional specification and claims priority based on the provisional filing.

Convention Application: A convention application is filed to claim a priority date based on a similar application filed in one of the convention countries. To secure convention status, an applicant must apply to the Indian Patent Office within one year from the date of the initial filing in the convention country. In simple terms, a convention application allows the applicant to claim priority in all convention countries.

PCT International Application: A PCT international application does not lead to an international patent grant but streamlines the patent application process in multiple countries simultaneously. Governed by the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), this application can be validated in up to 142 nations, protecting the innovation from being copied in these countries.

PCT National Application: If an applicant finds that an invention, or a minor modification of it, has already been applied for or patented, they can file a PCT National application. This option is suitable when the invention does not involve a significant inventive step.

Divisional Application: When an application encompasses more than one invention, the applicant can opt to divide it and file two or more separate applications. These divisional applications share a priority date with the parent application.

Requirements for Patentable Inventions

According to the Patent Act, an invention must be a novel product or method that involves an inventive step and can be applied in an industrial context to be eligible for a patent. To be patentable, an invention must meet the following criteria:

Novelty: The subject matter described in the patent application must not have been published in India or anywhere else before filing the Indian patent application.

Inventive Step: The invention should not be obvious to a person skilled in the field, considering prior publications, knowledge, or documentation.

Industrial Applicability: The invention should be technically feasible and serve a practical purpose in the industry, making it capable of being made or used.

A patent registration application for an invention can be made by any of the following people either alone or jointly with any other person

Patent Application Process with BmcsIndia

Patent Search:

Before initiating a patent application, it’s crucial to ensure the uniqueness of your invention. Conducting a patent search verifies this aspect, allowing the client to avoid time-consuming processes.

Patent Application Filing:

Filing the patent application is a pivotal step in the process. Drafting the complete specification is a specialized task that often necessitates expert guidance for a successful submission. Professional assistance is advisable during the drafting of a patent application. For those in the early stages of research and development, it is recommended to file a provisional patent application.

Preparing a Patentability Report:

Patent professionals or agents will conduct an extensive study and furnish a patentability report. Consequently, the applicant must ensure that all the requisite documentation is included with the patent application.

Publication of Patent Application:

The application is published in the patent journal within 18 months. An early patent filing request can be submitted along with the required fees. It’s important to note that all patent applications filed in India are treated as confidential until they are officially published in the Patent Journal by the Indian Patent Office. Publication occurs automatically after 18 months from the filing date, and no additional request is needed.

Patent Examination:

A formal request for patent examination must be submitted within 48 months of the initial patent filing. Failure to meet this deadline will result in the patent office considering the application as withdrawn. Following the request, an examiner conducts a thorough review and issues the first examination report, commonly known as patent prosecution.

Addressing Patent Objections:

Patent applications may encounter objections. Therefore, it is imperative to assess the patent examination report and prepare a well-considered response to address any objections raised.

Grant of Patent:

Once all the patentability requirements are satisfied, notification of the patent grant is published in the Patent Journal.

It’s filed at the appropriate patent office using Form-1 and a provisional/complete specification, along with the required fee. The following factors are used to determine a patent office’s jurisdiction –

Jurisdiction of Indian Patent Offices

Mumbai Patent Office Jurisdiction:

The Mumbai Patent Office oversees the following regions: Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Chhattisgarh, and the Union Territories of Daman & Diu, and Dadra & Nagar Haveli.

Delhi Patent Office Jurisdiction:

The Delhi Patent Office has authority over the following areas: Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, National Capital Territory of Delhi, and the Union Territory of Chandigarh.

Chennai Patent Office Jurisdiction:

The Chennai Patent Office administers the following regions: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and the Union Territories of Pondicherry and Lakshadweep.

Kolkata Patent Office Jurisdiction:

The Kolkata Patent Office covers the rest of India, as well as the States of Bihar, Orissa, West Bengal, Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, and the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Here are the benefits of filing a patent registration in India:

Trademark vs Copyright vs Patent

What’s protectedAny word, phrase, symbol or design that recognizes and differentiates the source of one party’s goods from those of another.Inventions, such as procedure, manufacturer, composition, machines of matter as well as improvements to these.Books, articles, music, photography, sculptures, dances, sound recordings, motion films and other original works of authorship.
Requirements for protectionA mark must be distinguishable, in the sense that it must be able to identify the source of a certain good.A fresh, valuable, and unusual invention is required.A work must be unique, original, and created in a tangible manner.
Term of protectionAs long as the mark is used in commerce.20 yearsAuthor’s life span+ 70 years.
Rights GrantedRight to use the mark and to prohibit others from using identical marks in a way that could create confusion about the goods or services’ origin.Right to restrict others from manufacturing, selling, or importing the patented invention.Copyrighted works have the power to dictate their reproduction, creative works, circulation, public performance, and display.
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