Our analysts conduct holistic IP research into existing property rights in the specialist domains of chemistry, biotechnology and the life sciences. At Laudea Research, our IP experts are handpicked and we use a comprehensive range of tools to examine a patent query.
We complete a variety of IP research projects, including patentability, invalidity and freedom-to-operate searches.
No two inventions are the same, and no two client requirements are the same. Our tailor-made approach adapts scope, budget, aims, timeframe and search specifics to provide a made-to-measure solution for our clients. By discussing the minutiae directly with our clients straight off the bat, we provide a high-quality, individualized service.
Freedom to Operate (FTO) search will support you in making strategic decisions to make, sell or use a product. This search may help you avoid litigation costs that may occur due to unintentional infringement or violation of third party Intellectual Property (IP) rights within a particular jurisdiction. It will support you in making strategic decisions, including entering a specific market, licensing, mergers or acquisitions.
We have a full understanding that in-force claims may be very broad and may not include all features of the proposed product or invention. We have mastered creating search strategies that consider product features as well as the claim breadth of possibly relevant patent documents.
Why choose Laudea Research?
As a remote-first company, we employ the best IP analysts for our clients’ needs, regardless of geographical location. Our dynamic, interdisciplinary approach ensures we provide our clients with the best possible service, and we place great emphasis on offering custom solutions.
Harnessing the benefits of IP Research
IP research can define a product’s development chances. A strong IP position offers higher levels of return on investment, while a holistic look at the patent landscape can ensure R&D efforts head in the right direction – avoiding unnecessary expenditure and wasted time. IP research also provides valuable business intelligence: at an early stage, it is possible to identify potential competitors and monitor their innovation strategies, while also identifying possible partners and consumers.