EOU/CLAIM CHART PREPARATION

Detailed claim charts to cite evidence for an infringement

Extensive mining of technical literature

Extensive mining of technical literature

Monetization focus

Monetization focus

Only 5 business days turn-around timec

5 days turn around time

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Why Patentskart?

We help you make that critical decision about Patent licensing, acquisition or sale, by carefully analyzing the patent claims, followed by a detailed analysis of relevant products for infringement. We prepare clear Evidence of Use (EoU) claim charts, with element-to-element mapping to indicate how each patent claim element reads the product features. Additionally, we also analyze technology standards to include patent-to-standard mapping. Our experts have worked on different criteria like IEEE 802, 3GPP, LTE, etc.
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To Perform An EOU Search

The subject matter of a patent is to be understood thoroughly, especially in regards with its claims. The so-called “patent claim” seeks legal protection and helps define your product or service for potential competitors through limitations on how it can be used which are read by courts overseeing these types cases if necessary.

Assessment of the strength of a patent based upon its corresponding forward and backward citations can be used as an important step in determining how to handle products found infringing on that particular Patent. In addition, it’s vital for any company doing business with intellectual property laws because they may need more evidence than just showing there is infringement if legal action needs pursuing or could face opposition from another party which could lead to revocation depending on circumstances at hand.

We shall perform secondary research identity products available in the market that are likely to infringe on claims from a patent holder. A vital part of any investigation into intellectual property rights is assessing the size and strength of companies manufacturing products which infringe on patents. This helps patent holders have appropriate strategies in place for future litigation.

Shall write an opinion on EOU/claim chart based on jurisdiction-specific laws. (take help of an IP or law firm )The EOU/claim chart report will typically have a list of infringing products found, mapping of product components with patent claims that cover those features and component parts. Mapping also includes opinion about whether or not the identified patents are being infringed upon legally as well as what type(s) of action should be taken next by owners who believe their intellectual property rights have been violated in some way.

FAQs

We will Answer your Questions, Scope your Project and Ensure Quality Results

The patent portfolio analysis is an essential step in the process of understanding how your company’s products may potentially be infringing on another firm’s patents.

There are many steps to starting a business, but you should always set your goals before beginning. You must budget for the expenses of operating and growing it as well – this could mean hiring employees or buying new equipment if necessary.

Once that’s done, start looking at what ideas might work best with how much time/money is available to be realistically estimated to create an accurate estimate on their cost when filing day comes around.

P valuation can be complex because it requires estimates of both the cost to develop an invention and lawyer’s fees.

A second method of valuing an asset, whether stocks or bonds, will use this process, which usually involves looking up comparable assets to make sure ours are appreciated correctly!

Evidence of Use (EoU) chart is used to define the extent a claim ‘reads onto’ a product, process, and or standard. Detailed evidence of use charts help in licensing agreements, pre-litigation research, and patent transaction opportunities

Evidence of Use (EoU) Claim Chart helps you and is of great value and is used to see how a product or service infringes a patent’s claim. 

  • Recognize potential infringement of your existing patents. If you are selling patent assets, proof of patent infringement can strengthen the terms of the sale.
  • Identify vertical technology areas or silos. Lots of technologies make use of common subsystems or techniques of getting their means. So, provisional patent and product literature studies seriously help in identifying the right target companies. We at PatentsKart, work closely with you during this significant phase to make out the number and kind of technology silos that set up the scope of your study.
  • Evaluate potential patent infringement analysts; work with your specialist and counsel to analyze your patent portfolio and make out the candidates that have a high potential of being an infringer.
  • Attorneys analyze these charts to prove infringement. Claim charts are extremely helpful in patent licensing negotiations, pre-litigation research and even during litigation. Claim charts provide the user with a verbal explanation of how they differ from one another so that if there is any overlap between patents on an invention it can be more easily determined when negotiating prices or validating ownership claims without having lawyers do all work for them.

EoU charts are typically generated in the following steps:

  • Searching: Every infringement study starts with search and analysis based on the claims of the subject patent. Unlike a Patent Validity Search, EoU centers around patent literature that postdates the subject patent. As patent literature offers the detail that is frequently lacking in the actual product literature, this initial search provides a landscape of competitive and non-competitive companies. On a similar pattern, we perform a direct Google search for the existing products in the market
  • Claims mapping: Using this information, we perform comprehensive searches of product literature, product catalogs, corporate websites, press releases, and more. We recognize products to pair with related patents and generate claims charts. The claim charts map the product literature, product terms, patents, figures, and pictures to the claims of the patent you are studying
  • Analysis: In some cases, products are bought and reverse engineered. For some technologies, we can also make third-party laboratory analysis services to improve your claims charts further
  • The release of results: We carry this powerful body of information in clear, well-organized reports and claims mapping charts

Yes. Whatever your intellectual property management goals may be (defensive, commercialization, or assertion), routine monitoring of the market for potential infringement, and maintaining a set of infringement-indicative claim charts will serve to increase the marketability and transaction probability of your patent portfolio. The first question that most buy-side parties will ask is: “do your patent assets have claim charts/evidence of use?