We serve inventors just starting out to those who already have several products on the market. Wherever you are at in your product development adventure, we’re ready to help you get a good picture of what’s being patented and by who. We are here to help you get a high quality patent search at a reasonable price.
Reasons to use our services:
- We use LexisNexis TotalPatent to giving our patent searches broad coverage TotalPatent covers patents and patent applications from 130 countries
- We offer flexible pricing and provide a firm cost quote for each project
- All of our patent searches are performed by US nationals. We do not outsource our patent searches to non-US nationals or patent search services in non-US countries
- Searches include text searchable PDF copies of cited documents at no extra charge
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Reasons to get a patent search:
A patent search offers you a great deal of useful information. A patent search report may tell you if you are indeed the first to invent the best new kitchen gadget, toy, or car accessory. A good patent search may help you decide whether to invest more in your prototype, or patent application.
A patent search report can help you or your patent attorney write a patent application. Your patent application can state why your invention is an improvement over what was found in the patent search report.
You can also ask a patent attorney to write a patentability opinion based on the patent search report. A patentability opinion written by a patent attorney states how likely they think you may or may not be able to get a patent on your invention based on the prior art found in the patent search report.
The US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) may take several years to examine your patent application. Having a look at this prior art (older inventions and patents) ahead of time allows you or your patent attorney make different decisions on how best to proceed with your project.