Patent Search, Drafting & Filing in USPTO

Patent Search, Drafting & Filing in USPTO

Patent drafting is a very crucial aspect of the entire patent application process because on your application hinges the entire success of your patent. Your patent application defines the boundaries of your product or the invention you are working on. Therefore, at Brainiac IP Solutions we take the drafting of your patent application very seriously.

A critical thing about your patent application is that too narrow a scope increases competition and wider boundaries may destroy the patentability of your patent. Many a time, building and maintaining a good team requires more effort, and consistent output from such a team is a problem. Precisely this is the reason why companies of all dimensions prefer to outsource patent application drafting work to law firms and not to KPOs with clear expectation of quality and almost no burden of training and sustaining a big team.

With its trained team, Brainiac IP Solutions is well-equipped to draft patent applications from all engineering and technology domains. Our team is vertically and horizontally experienced in drafting patent applications under Indian, US and European jurisdictions, with the help of associate attorneys. It is always beneficial to outsource patent drafting to an experienced company like us to save money as well as valuable time.


The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has specific requirements for drafting a patent application.

Here are some key requirements:

  1. Written Description: The patent application must contain a written description of the invention that is clear and complete enough so that a person skilled in the relevant field can understand and make the invention.
  2. Claims: The application must include one or more claims that clearly and specifically define the scope of the invention. The claims should be supported by the written description and should not be overly broad or vague.
  3. Abstract: The application must include an abstract that summarizes the invention in a brief and concise manner.
  4. Drawings: If the invention is capable of being illustrated, the application must include drawings that are clear and of sufficient quality to enable a person skilled in the relevant field to understand the invention.
  5. Formal Requirements: The application must comply with various formal requirements, such as using appropriate margins, font sizes, and spacing, and including a declaration or oath by the inventor.
  6. Disclosure of Prior Art: The application must disclose any prior art that is known to the inventor, as well as any publications or public use of the invention that occurred more than one year before the filing date of the application.
  7. Enablement and Best Mode: The invention must be enabled by the written description, and the inventor must disclose the best mode of carrying out the invention known to them.

Overall,  we can ensure that your patent application meets all USPTO requirements and provides the best possible protection for your invention.

Contact us now.

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has several requirements for an invention to be considered patentable.

These requirements are:

  1. Novelty: The invention must be new and not disclosed or described in a prior art reference globally. Prior art includes any publicly available information, such as patents, scientific articles, and other published materials.
  2. Non-obviousness: The invention must not be obvious to a person having ordinary skill in the relevant field of technology. This means that the invention must not be something that someone skilled in the art could easily come up with based on what is already known.
  3. Utility: The invention must have a useful purpose. This means that it must be capable of being used for some practical purpose.
  4. Patent Eligible Subject Matter: The invention must be patentable subject matter. This includes processes, machines, manufactures, and compositions of matter. However, there are some exceptions to patent eligibility, such as laws of nature, natural phenomena, and abstract ideas.
  5. Written Description and Enablement: The invention must be described in sufficient detail in the patent application so that a person having ordinary skill in the relevant field can make and use the invention without undue experimentation.
  6. Best Mode: The inventor must disclose the best mode of carrying out the invention known to them at the time of filing the patent application.

We can help you in validating patentabilty of your invention.

Get Quote Instantly in a Minute