IP Commercialization

At Expertlancing, we have a complete suite of solutions to effectively monetize your IP assets. We can locate the goldmines in your IP portfolio and process them to derive maximum value thereby realizing the true potential of your IP assets.

IP Infringement Studies

Identify potential infringers for IP assets and pursue licensing activities

Patent Portfolio Analysis

Identify star enforceable patents in a portfolio and determine the overall strength

Evidence of Use Claim Charts

Showcase detailed overlap of infringing products with patent claims

IP Due

Assess commercial and technical viability of a patent or portfolio

Patent Portfolio Analysis – Identify high-value patents

Infringement Analysis – Identify potential targets for licensing

Claim Chart Preparation – Detailed documents for patent assertion

IP Due Diligence – Figure out the overall strength and value f your patent

Patent is ready for monetization/licensing/

> Proven methods and processes for patent ranking taking into account both subjective and objective parameters.
> Exhaustive product-search involving thorough analysis of product manuals, catalogues, datasheets, videos, etc.
> Thorough search and analysis of standards (such as IEEE, 3GPP, ETSI, etc.) for locating probable claim infringement.
> Going the extra yard to deep-dive and perform reverse engineering, source-code reviews, etc. and locate otherwise hidden product features to confirm infringement. Amalgamation of market trends in IP due diligence studies.
> Accurate claim construction and claim interpretation.
> Customized approach for every project.
> 65+ in-house experts covering over 50 technology domains, trained by patent attorneys for precise interpretation of patent claims and effective technical and legal due diligence in compliance with patent laws of various jurisdictions.
> Extremely rigorous systems and procedures to ensure that we always deliver what our clients need, on time and at an acceptable cost with highest standards of quality.
> Access to hundreds of databases, scientific libraries, and non-patent literature sources across more than 30 languages.
> Easy-to-digest reports and claim-charts with clear-cut information relevant recommendations.
> Consultative and collaborative approach wherein our team is engaged with the Client to understand the exact requirements and intricacies of every project.
> Interim updates and detailed debriefing of final report – we ensure that every query of our Client is answered.

Parameters for Technology Value Score

Claim scope – Do the patent claims cover a wide spectrum of technology? Do the claims cover different application areas?

Invention strength – Does the patent protect an entirely new concept or is it an incremental invention? Is it similar to any standard?

Validity strength – Can the patent withstand any invalidity assertion?

Commercial Value Score

Market relevance – What is the addressable market size and business relevancy of the patented technology?

Infringement potential – What is the scope of identifying infringers? Do major companies have products in the technology domain?

Litigation potential – Is the patent similar to recently litigated patents in the domain? Can the patent command high royalty rates?

The patent value score can reveal high-value and low-value patents in a portfolio, thereby assisting in due diligence and portfolio optimization

Methodology for Claim-Charts

Showcase distinct overlap of all claim elements

Focus on explicitly mapping the novel claim features

Provide sources/links to support direct mapping and inferences

Detailed comments and rationale for the claim-product overlap

Detailed Claim Charts

The detailed claim charts can be a great tool for enforcing a patent and maximizing its value.

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Patent Screened
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Claim Charts
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Patent Portfolios Analysed
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Infringement Studies


Infringement: Doctrine of Equivalents

A patent confers exclusive rights to a patentee to prevent others from making, using, importing, offering to sale, or selling any subject matter falling within the scope of the patent claims…..