Patent Prosecution

Patent Prosecution

Patent prosecution is the process of creating and filing a patent application for your concept or invention.

Sandersons Patent Attorneys are highly experienced in drafting suitable patent applications for an abundance of technical areas, including:

  • Automotive
  • Electronic engineering and cybernetics
  • Biotechnology and genetics
  • Environmental technologies
  • Computing and Software
  • Renewable energy
  • Low-carbon technologies
  • Food and drink
  • Medical devices and pharmaceuticals
  • Chemical
  • Retail and fashion

Why Sandersons?

As specialist Patent Attorneys, we are able to give you the best advice on safeguarding your innovations, to ensure you can go on to maximise their potential.

Patent cases are assigned to a team of our intellectual property professionals, and succession management is planned and implemented with your input. All teams are supervised by one of our highly qualified and experienced Partners; ensuring the consistency of the team working with you. We keep you informed of the current status and progress of your cases through regular status updates.

Our clients benefit from having us integrate seamlessly with their team, and this integration allows us to identify and manage potential problems before they impact your business.

Jerry Walder, Partner

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If you would like further advice and information contact one of our attorneys today

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