A patent gives the owner of an invention the right to prevent others from using it for a period of time, generally a maximum of twenty years. In return, the person seeking the Patent has to provide full details of the invention and allow these to be published by the Patent Office. A Patent can be used to give you a competitive advantage while exploiting the invention yourself, or it can provide a legal basis for licensing someone else to make use of the invention.
LTJ Trademark team ensures efficient and fast processing from filing through to the payment of annuities. We help clients protect their proprietary technologies. We focus on practical and business aspects geared to our clients’ commercial objectives, so they can maximize protection, build assets, protect markets and develop revenue streams for patentees, their investors, licensees and business partners.