We evaluate its clients’ products to ensure they do not infringe patents held by others. During this process we perform an in-depth study of relevant patents within the specified field in order to assess scope of coverage, validity and enforceability.
Through our efforts, your company will have the utmost confidence that its new product does not infringe patents of others. If necessary, we will suggest alternative product features to alleviate infringement concerns.
Additionally, we assist clients in monetizing intellectual property rights, through enforcement and licensing.
Representative services relating to client counseling include:
- Patent infringement and validity opinions
- Right to Use evaluations
- Patent avoidance designs
- Licensing of intellectual property assets
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