The value of a patent depends on the intellectual property rights that it bestows upon its owner. In turn, those rights depend on the content of a patent – its description of the invention and most importantly, its claims.

A valuable patent has a description and claims containing no more limitations than necessary to be patentable and defensible, while granting broad intellectual property rights to its owner.

Our experience in tailoring and refining claims to contain the greatest possible coverage and in turn value, means your issued patent can be every bit as valuable as your invention permits.

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