Wynnes Registered Patent Attorneys Can Help You Take Your Invention to the Next Level
Take a glance at the world stage over the course of recent history, and one word likely comes to mind: innovation. The sheer number of inventions within the last 100 years is astounding, and while there are undoubtedly many more advancements on the horizon, some may wonder, “What constitutes a new invention?” This question is valid, especially when it comes to discoveries in the chemical or pharmaceutical realm.
If you have recently invented something and are looking for registered patent attorneys, Wynnes Patent and Trademark Attorneys would be more than happy to assist you in deciphering the complex legal codes surrounding the patenting process, and get you on your way to making innovation history.
Wynnes can help you identify and protect your IP assets
If you would like Wynnes to help identify your IP, provide options and recommendations, we are happy to discuss your situation with you in person, over the phone, via email or web chat.
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Navigate Easily Through Complex Patent Laws with a Registered Patent Attorney
A patent is a legal right to ownership of your product. It signifies that this invention is innovative and useful and that you have exclusive rights to exploit it for commercial purposes (until the patent expires after a specified period). To obtain a patent, one must submit a patent application. The application process is complicated for a reason, as the novelty and utility of the invention must be proven so as to have the application approved. Since there is so much at stake, it is important to have a registered patent attorney help you draft an effective patent application. Your application is especially imperative for inventions of a chemical or pharmaceutical nature.
For example, suppose you’ve invented a new chemical compound, a new polymer, or a unique physical form of an already existing substance. These new chemicals could be a subject for a patent. Or perhaps you’ve discovered a way for a naturally occurring substance to be used for medicinal purposes. If it can be proven that your invented product is distinct from that occurring in nature, you could be well on your way to obtaining a patent. Another example would be if you discovered that an already well-known chemical that to this point has not been used for pharmaceutical purposes, and can, in fact, be used medicinally. Since you’ve found an innovative use for this chemical, you could make a case for a patent. You may also be in line for a patent if you’ve found an innovative method for drug administration.
In all of the above instances, it is necessary to prove the validity of your invention or innovation. Finding a professional on the patent attorney registration can go a long way in this regard.
Our Members of Australia’s Patent Attorney Registry Can Have You on Your Way to Success
Wynnes has been operating in Brisbane since 2001 with the aim of offering our clients the highest quality of personalised service. Our attorneys are on the patent attorney register, so you know you’ll be getting professional and experienced assistance as you go through the patent process.
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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
"I felt so comfortable with Philipp and with the team at Wynnes, that I didn’t need or want to go anywhere else for IP advice and protection."
"A friend of mine strongly recommended to see Ewen. As soon as I met with him and started discussing my idea, I knew that I was in capable hands."
"When we came to the office and showed Philipp a prototype, he really grasped the product and concept without having to double explain things which was great."
"It’s different for the little guys, being a small business and protecting your idea is quite expensive. Ewen understood that. Instead of trying to explain things in legal terms – he introduced the commercial way."