Patenting Strategies

Protecting an invention is rarely a matter of registering a single claim. Rather, patenting strategies need to establish calculated positions that reflect the reasons for patenting.
in the first place. Especially in the life science sector, strategic positioning needs to be considered very carefully to contain costs, reflect product development and regulatory timelines and to steer clear of unfair competition rules.

We are mindful that not only is it essential that patenting strategies are tailored to the long term objectives of the client, but also that the law in this area does continue to evolve: some life science patenting strategies that might once have been considered best practice could now be viewed as anti-competitive.