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Our patent department brings together Australia and New Zealand Patent Attorneys who have both legal and technical backgrounds and who provide a level of service built upon experience.
A patent is an exclusive right or monopoly granted to an inventor or their assignee for a limited period of time, in exchange for the public disclosure of the invention. An invention is a solution to a specific technological problem, which relates to the function of a device or machine, or to the process for making a product or to the method for carrying out business.
There are two main types of patent granted in Australia – standard patents and innovation patents. There are a number of differences between the two patent types. These range from the cost of the patents, the length of protection they offer, the time they take to process and the type of invention they seek to cover. Patents are an extremely important aspect to your overall IP protection strategy, and we are not going to bore you with all the registration requirements, process etc here, but as you can appreciate, it requires exceptional skill and experience to draft and file a patent appropriately to obtain maximum protection. We do not recommend anyone file their own patent unless they are very experienced in doing so. We have all the technical training to make this very complex process easy for you…so let our Patent Attorneys assist you.
Raven IP’s dedicated patents department can erase any confusion in this area by guiding you through the patent process each and every step of the way. Our attorneys give the tailored service that our clients expect, continuing our client centered approach throughout the whole service that we provide. We believe that none of our clients will be better served elsewhere, but don’t just take our word for it, review some of our client’s testimonials here.
Remember, it is vital that you contact us early to discuss your options through our 30 minute obligation free consultation.