Have I made the right choices?
You have developed a nice IP rights portfolio in recent years. Nevertheless you are sometimes not quite sure whether it has been put together well, or whether you are using these rights in the most efficient manner. Your competitor should absolutely not be able to pull the rug from under that one key patent, but is that patent strong enough to resist? And what about those patents you obtained ten years ago? Should you continue to hold on to those, or are they now leading to unnecessary costs?
If you have doubts like this, it is a good idea to get a second opinion. This involves us examining your portfolio and giving you an insight into the strong and weak points of your Intellectual Property. Freshening up that knowledge will put you in a better position to make decisions about your valuable assets.
As part of a second opinion we establish, among other things:
- How strong your Intellectual Property is.
- What your chances are if someone were to challenge your Intellectual Property.
- Which rights are crucial and which rights are probably superfluous.
- Whether the patent strategy pursued by you is the best way of getting the most out of your Intellectual Property.
A second opinion always starts with an objective analysis. In the case of a large-scale analysis we examine your entire patent portfolio and patent strategy. In the case of a small-scale analysis we only look at one patent application. A patent attorney will look at your question from all angles and establish whether you are on the right track. In that case you will find out whether the right aspects of your innovation are protected and what the chances and risks are if your rights come under fire.
Look for a solution together
The second opinion consists of a comprehensive analysis of your question plus a number of solutions. Although we are very keen to work with you to strengthen your position our advice is, of course, without obligation. Our most important goal is to provide you with information that will enable you to make the best choices for your Intellectual Property.