Keep a Watchful Eye on Your and Your Competitors’ IP
A patent watch refers to the regular monitoring and tracking of newly published IP information. It is a vital service for business owners, financiers, investors, and inventors across all industry sectors.
Keeping a comprehensive watch on yours and your competitors’ IP activity is good business practice, one that effectively minimizes risk and allows you to optimize your resources. A patent watch can keep you ahead of the curve by helping you identify potentially infringing patents, contest harmful applications early on, spot fresh (inbound and outbound) licensing and acquisition opportunities as they arise, and more.
Legal Advantage LLC offers comprehensive, accurate, and easy patent monitoring solutions. For more information on how our team of experts can help you protect your IPs and improve the value of your company, get in touch with us at (888) 755-0446 or through our online contact form.
Types of Watch Services
Legal Advantage LLC can keep an eye on your IP activity for you, at monitoring frequencies you can customize according to your needs—e.g. weekly, monthly, or quarterly. We provide six types of watch services:
Monitors newly published patent applications and/or issued patents in a particular technical area as soon as they are published in specific jurisdictions or across the globe.
Monitors newly published patent applications and/or issued patents of competitor companies and inventors in specific jurisdictions or across the globe.
Monitors the current status of prosecution for newly published patent applications as well as any post-grant events for issued patents, such as a request for continued examination (RCE), a post-grant review (PGR), or maintenance status.
Monitors newly published design patents or registrations in jurisdictions of interest.
Monitors newly published trademarks in federal and state trademark databases as well as the common law trademarks. Our international trademark search also includes trademarks published in WIPO, the European Union, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.
Monitors new Evidence of Use (EoU) in the form of products, processes, or services that infringe on unexpired patents.