IP Services for File Histories, Patent Translations and Ancillary Products

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Intellectual Property-Anforderungen werden seit mehr als 25 Jahren erfüllt.

Wenn Sie Hilfe mit dem Gerichtsverfahren oder der Patentierung brauchen, lassen Sie IP-Services die Nachforschungen für Sie anstellen. Wir können eine ganze Reihe von Informationen, Dokumenten und urheberrechtlich geschützten Berichten zur Verfügung stellen.IP-Services ist seit 1992 branchenführend in der Bereitstellung von Intellectual Property-Support-Dienstleistungen.


Umfangreiche Inventur von USPTO and internationaler Patentanmeldungsunterlagen

Optionen sind mit oder ohne Referenzen, Patentfällen oder Nicht-Patent-Literatur verfügbar. Alle Dateien werden markiert und gedruckte Kopien werden tabuliert und gebunden.Mit eine der größten privaten Sammlungen von US-amerikanischen Patentanmeldungsunterlagen, können Sie die meisten innerhalb von Minuten erhalten.IP-Services hat ein weltweites Quellennetzwerk rund um den Globus, um Kopien von internationalen Patentanmeldungsunterlagen ebenfalls zur Verfügung stellen zu können.

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Professionelle manuelle Übersetzungen

Wir unterstützen alle Sprachen und Eilaufträge sind ebenfalls möglich

Unsere manuellen Übersetzungen werden von Übersetzern und Lektoren ausgeführt, die Erfahrung in der Übersetzung von Prior Art, Patentanmeldungen für die USPTO, Patentanmeldungen für internationale Abgaben und Medikamentenanmeldung an die FDA haben.

Professionelle und maschinelle Übersetzungen

Kostengünstige maschinelle Übersetzungen von internationalen Patentdokumenten

Maschinell übersetzte, Volltext-Patentdokumente stehen für die folgenden Patentbehörden zur Verfügung.JP, KR, EP, WO, CN, DE, FR, GB, AT, AU, BE, BR, CH, DD, DK, EA, ES, FI, IE, IN, IT, LU, MC, MX, NL, RU, SE, SU, TW

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Hand Deliveries

Documents delivered to the USPTO

When you need your important documents delivered to the USPTO, you can rely on LexisNexis IP Services to provide that service for only $20.00 per trip. We will also provide a time/date stamped receipt of the delivery for your records.

Patent Proofing Process

Our Patent Proofing process compares the entire granted Patent against the File History available from the USPTO. We offer not only a complete character-by-character proof of the full document, but also check all front page and bibliographic information.

Some of the items we verify include:

Continuing Data & Priority Information
PCT Data
Related U.S. Application Data
Class & Subclass
Field of Search
Terminal Disclaimer
U.S., Foreign and other Refs .
Primary & Assistant Examiners
Attorney, Agent or Firm
Abstract & Amendments
Print Figure(s)
Drawings and Amended Drawings
Color Drawings

We offer a full character-by-character comparison of the Specification and Claim set “as filed” versus “as issued,” including all amendments.

Our finished product is delivered both electronically and by courier (e.g.,Highlighted and Tabbed).

LexisNexis IP Services, a division of Reed Technology and Information Services (the data compositor to the USPTO), is able to leverage a depth of institutional knowledge on Patent composition that simply does not exist elsewhere in the world. We are able to offer an exceptional level of service at an affordable cost.

Contact Customer Service for more information at 1-800-422-1337.

Patent Proofing Service

Intellectual Property-Anforderungen werden seit mehr als 25 Jahren erfüllt.

A Patent confers a set of exclusive rights to you or your client for the inventive concept described within its text. The accuracy of the Specification and Claims are important, as is the inclusion of amendments, correct company name, inventor names, prior-art and continuing data.

Prior Art Searches

Our searchers have many years of experience in specialized research and estimates on cost and timing are provided for each order

Whether you have a highly technical & complex matter that you need a right-to-use/clearance search done on, or a “routine” novelty search, Reed Tech IP Services can do the prior art searching for you and deliver expert, on-point results.

Our patent search reports are competitively priced and are delivered both by email and courier. The printed version contains copies of the cited prior art, with relevant portions highlighted and tabbed for your convenience.

Our searches encompass the United States, Great Britain, WIPO, European Patents & Patent Abstracts of Japan. We search by patent class/subclass and keywords.

Search Types Available

Patentability Search

Our standard patentability search is intended to locate patents which help you to determine the patentability, novelty, and non-obviousness of your invention. If feasible, we search both the utility and design features of your invention. This provides you with the option of pursuing both design and utility patent protection. This common search finds the most related prior-art patents pertinent to the patentability of your invention. Typically, 5-15 prior-art patents are found and may serve as a basis for a patentability opinion, and are submitted in an invention disclosure statement with your patent applications filing.

Right to Use/Clearance Search

A right to use or clearance search normally includes a complete infringement search through unexpired U.S. patents which could present a possible infringement problem with respect to the invention at issue, and a very limited validity search through both expired and unexpired patents and publications which might be used to invalidate any patents that might cause an infringement situation. Another reason in locating expired patents is to provide proof that an invention is already in the public domain.

Technical Literature Search

A technical literature search involves the review non-patent documents from online computer databases. The non-patent documents may include magazines, newspapers, journals, and other documents.

Validity Search

A validity search is designed to locate prior art patents which predates the effective filing date of the patent being investigated and which may be used to challenge the validity of the claims in that patent. A proper validity search will address each and every claim of the patent under scrutiny, and all relevant patents discovered will be reviewed in Shepherd’s Citations to assist you in your analysis. A validity search can serve as a basis for a legal opinion against infringement or as due diligence prior to selling or license a patent. File wrappers can be obtained and reviewed when authorized.

Collection Search

A collection search will normally involve the collecting of ALL U.S. patents relating to a particular invention or subject matter. Any patent that is relevant to the invention will be included. This type of search can produce from 20 to 300 patents, depending on the scope of the invention. This search can be limited by specifying certain years, limiting the number of located patents, specifying assignees or inventors, or providing more specific information on the invention.

Assignment/Patentee Search

An assignment search discovers patents that were assigned at issue or after issue to a particular company or entity. An abstract of title can be obtained for a patent, at an additional charge.
A patentee search discovers patents that were invented by a particular person.

Infringement Search

An infringement search normally involves the careful review of unexpired U.S. patents to locate claims which read on the invention at issue. Additionally, analogous art areas are also investigated and supplied to assist you to address the issue of contributory infringement. The most relevant patents will be reviewed in Shepherd’s Citations to assist you in your analysis.

State of the Art Search

A state of the art search is directed to finding patents that represents the general state of art (technology) to a particular type of invention or subject matter. A state of the art search is similar to a collection search but the searcher is allowed judgment in selecting patents. This type of search normally locates patents from the last 15 to 20 years, including published patent applications.

Trademark Search

A trademark search involves the review of trademarks having a similar mark, and in similar goods and services, as your product name. Federal and state trademarks can be reviewed.

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