An innovation or project that can lead to an invention involves many situations where contracts are necessary.
An innovation or project that can lead to an invention involves many situations where contracts are necessary. For example, in the cases where: an invention’s ownership is contextually ambiguous, indirect exploitation (licensing) is undertaken, or one or more patents are included, jointly or independently, in a business’s sale, acquisition, or transfer.
In order to negotiate, draft, and enforce these contracts…
In order to negotiate, draft, and enforce these contracts, a clear understanding of the industrial property issues involved is essential, as contracts have subsequent repercussions throughout the entire economic life of a patent. Colbert Innovation’s extensive experience and close cooperation with Colbert's specialist lawyers give us a singular effectiveness in this area.

The application

This is the prerequisite for protection.

An application is the first act of protection, and must also contain the invention’s protection strategy.

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Protection

A patent provides both legal and economic protection throughout the life of the innovation.

Valorization

A patent provides numerous benefits: it is a competitive advantage, a source of revenue, and represents future capital.

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