Commercialization of inventions
Implementation of a new invention to mass production and its introduction as a product for sale to the general public (commercialisation of invention) requires a legal risk assessment, obtaining appropriate protection rights (a patent, an industrial design, or a utility model), creating a solid organisational structure (companies or holding companies) and contracts of transfer of rights or of grant of licence with potential investors, manufacturers, and distributors. Professional legal service on IP commercialisation requires close cooperation of lawyers and patent attorneys, involving the interaction of their knowledge, competence, and experience.
Our lawyers and patent attorneys have gained practical experience in multiple transactions of technology transfer and commercialisation of inventions.
We develop comprehensive legal solutions which govern the commercialisation of research conducted in higher education institutions, research institutes, research and development units, and private sector. We effectively assist in creating public-private consortia, spin-off companies, and holding structures for effective and safe product sales.