Non- Provisional Patent Drafting

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Non- Provisional Patent Drafting

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A non-provisional patent draft is a techno-legal document describing the invention in-depth and discloses the best method of carrying out the invention. Thus, also known as a complete patent application.

It is directly filed before the patent office by either a patent agent or an inventor where the inventor wishes to protect the invention.

A Complete specification / non-provisional  specification can be filed with either of the following two options:

1. Direct filing – Complete specification is filed directly before the Indian Patent office without filing any corresponding provisional specification.

2. Subsequent filing-

  • The complete specification is filed subsequently after filing a corresponding provisional specification within 12 months of the provisional application.
  • Using the PCT route

Analogy of Complete specification:

  1. Title
  2. Preamble to the invention
  3. Technical field of the invention
  4. Background of the invention
  5. Objects of the invention
  6. Statement of the invention
  7. Brief description of the drawings
  8. Detailed description of the invention
  9. Claims
  10. Abstract

Our Strategy

  • Thorough understanding of the invention disclosure form

  • Marking the important elements of the invention

  • Discussing with the inventor.

  • Claim Drafting

Incorporation of all the embodiments and illustrations Claim Enablement

First Set of claim preparation

Review and suggestions by the inventor

Incorporating the Inventor’s inputsSending to the inventor for the review for approval

Repeating step 2,3 and 4 till client’s approval

Final claims prepared after the final client approval.

  • Drafting Specification

Incorporation of all embodiments and illustrations

Claim Enablement

  • Sending the complete draft for multiple reviews.

  • Seeking an attorney review ( if applicable)

  • Sending the patent draft to the client

  • Incorporating suggestions from the client/ attorney

  • Preparing the final draft.