RatnerPrestia has earned a solid reputation for performing patent procurement with the highest quality standards for its clients. Â Our clients range from individual inventors to Fortune 500 Companies. Â We obtain patent protection in every technology imaginable includingÂ nanotechnology, biotechnology
, software and computer architecture
Â and complex mechanical
technologies, just to name a few.
RatnerPrestia understands that a patent does not provide value to a client unless it meets the clients' business objectives.Â Whether these objectives include developing an exclusive marketing position, building a licensing portfolio, obtaining a negotiating chip or a combination of these goals, they have a common theme: creating a competitive advantage.
Prior to undertaking preparation of a patent application, our professionals work with the client to learn the clientâ€™s commercial environment and develop a tailored procurement strategy.Â RatnerPrestia attorneys often participate in client patent review meetings to maintain perspective of the clientâ€™s overall business and ensure the tailored strategy remains consistent with corporate objectives.
Our attorneys remain versed in the ever-evolvingÂ United StatesÂ and foreign procedures, including: reissues interferences, ex parte reexaminations, inter parte reexaminations and oppositions, and advising clients on how such procedures can be incorporated into a comprehensive strategy.
Each developed strategy is used to guide all phases of patent procurement, from searching strategy, specification and claim drafting, and negotiating with the Patent Office.Â During prosecution of the patent application, we maintain a dialog with the client to confirm that the claims continue to have value in view of the ever-changing business environment.
With such cooperative efforts, RatnerPrestia strives to help clients protect their innovations through patents that can be used to create market barriers for competitors, establish royalty streams or provide the client with negotiating leverage.
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