What is a Patent Dispute?

The prohibited act concerning a patented invention without permission from the patent holder.

A situation in which a person or a company breaks the law by using a product with a patent without consent by making, using, offering to sell, or selling something of patented claim while the patent is in effect.

What is a Patent Dispute For?

Our Patent Dispute service helps you make the best choices.

The patent attorneys of Am Badar & Am Badar IP law firm are here to help you detect early indications of issues and guide you to achieve the most comprehensive resolution to an Intellectual Property dispute.

Three Patentability of an Invention


An Invention is deemed to be new if the pertinent Invention is not similar to any previously disclosed technology

Inventive Steps

The invention must represent an apparent improvement over any existing available product or process. The invention also must not be predicted by someone with technical skills or knowledge of the invention’s field.

Industrial Applicability

The invention must be able to be reproduced repeatedly while retaining the same qualities

Patent registration cannot applied to:

An invention of a method for treating the human or animal body by surgery or therapy or of a diagnosis practiced on the human or animal body.

An invention that could encourage offensive, immoral or anti-social behavior, even if it satisfies the key criteria for patents.

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