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Drafting and filing a patent application with PRH

A patent has the broadest scope of protection for a technical solution. With a patent, you will obtain 20-year protection for a novel technical solution in the form of e.g. a product, device, process or use.

Patenting has the broadest scope of protection for a technical solution developed by you. A patent is particularly well-suited for products, devices or processes that require the longest possible protection period of 20 years and the broadest possible geographic protection. Additionally, a patent prevents your competition from copying your invention. 

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Price estimation

3 850-6 450 € (+VAT)

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The price is agreed on a case-by-case basis, depending on the estimated amount of work in the application process.

This is how we work

1. Kick-off meeting: review of the invention

In the kick-off meeting, we will review the invention together, assess what is novel therein and what differs from prior art solutions.

2. Drafting the application

We will prepare an application draft for you to comment on. Together we will ensure that your invention is presented correctly and with sufficient accuracy so that the best possible scope of protection is obtained for it.

3. Filing the application with the Patent Office (PRH)

We will file the application with the Patent Office (PRH), wherein the application is initiated and obtains its application number. We will deliver our filing report to you. The report contains all the documents of the initiated application, as well as the filing receipt of the PRH. Next, the PRH starts examining the novelty and patentability of the invention, and it is, for instance, possible to make the invention public.

4. Reporting and invoicing

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Patenting is the broadest possible way of protecting a technical solution. With a patent, it is possible to obtain a 20-year protection period for a novel technical solution e.g. in the form of a product, device, process or use. By patenting, you may prohibit others from using your patent-protected invention without your permission, or you may license it to others. You will also minimise the risk of a competitor patenting the same or corresponding solution, which could prohibit you from using your own invention.

Christoffer Karlsson, Patent Attorney

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