The best protection strategy and administrative steps required to file a right are critical. Any questions from the authorities need answering. Any mistake at this stage may upset the whole procedure. GEVERS takes care of this delicate and determinant phase, anywhere in the world.
What is the best protection strategy and what administrative steps need to be taken? Filing (the founding deed of a right,) is anything but insignificant. Any questions from the authorities need to be answered. A mistake at this stage will upset the whole procedure. GEVERS takes care of this delicate and determinant phase, anywhere in the world.
For a patent, the act of filing is the occasion to ask oneself a thousand questions. That of the drafting of the patent, for one. This is a determining factor for the application and its chances of success. That of the territory in which the protection is desired and the procedure to be followed to acquire it: national filing? European filing? PCT?
Subsequently, during the course of the obtaining procedure, which can last for several years, certain events, foreseen or unforeseen, may occur: priority periods to be kept to, taxes to be paid, documents to be submitted, questions of substance asked by the examiners, translations to be produced, etc. There is a need to deal with this quickly to ensure that the procedure is brought to a satisfactory conclusion.
Lastly, on the occasion of the decision to issue a patent, so eagerly expected, new decisions must often be made : in which country should the patent be validated? According to what process?
Throughout all these steps, GEVERS stands by you all the while, anticipating the step points and problems, and enlightening you regarding the foreseeable options whilst seeing to all administrative follow-up.