Patentability/Novelty Search

A patentability search, also called as a Novelty search is conducted during the initial phase of a product development or before drafting a patent application to ascertain whether a particular invention meets the criteria of patentability in terms of novelty and non-obviousness. The aim of these searches is to dig out any prior art (Patent or Non-patent) disclosing the features of the particular invention in question. These searches are also known as Protectability analysis, Pre-examination Search etc. Our team of subject experts is well-versed with all the techniques of conducting a very exhaustive search using vast number of patent databases to dig out the best prior arts. Our experts are also well-versed in conducting Non-Patent searches using all the available databases.