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Scared of Intellectual Theft? Protect Your Work Now!

China has the highest rate of IP theft in the developing world. It is said to be a home to an unrepentant number of imitators who copy intellectual properties and sell them online or trade them as theirs. Hence the need for swift IPR filings, including patent,  in China using Chinese IPR registration services to protect your work from being stolen.


Be noted that patent filing in China is acceptable only in Chinese language.  Foreign business owners seeking Chinese patent registration services would require legal Chinese IP help from verified and registered patent agencies who would serve as their agents.

Patent Overview

A patent is a form of intellectual property that provides the patent holder the legal right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an original creation for a limited period of years in exchange for revealing to the public for enabling the creation. There are three primary types of patents in China: utility, design, and invention.  The duration of utility and design patents in China is 15 years and the duration for invention patents is 20 years.

Utility Patent - any new technical solution relating to the shape, the structure, or their combination, of a product, which is fit for practical use.

Design Patent - any new design of the shape, the pattern or their combination, or the combination of the color with shape or pattern, of a product, which creates an aesthetic feeling and is fit for industrial application.

Invention Patent - any new technical solution relating to a product, a process or improvement thereof.

How We Can Help

Our service is designed to help individuals and companies protect their intellectual property rights in the Chinese market. As a leading intellectual property consulting firm, we have extensive experience in filing and prosecuting patent applications in China. 

Protecting your intellectual property in China is critical for any business looking to expand into the Chinese market. China has a growing economy and presents many opportunities for innovation and development, but it also presents a risk of intellectual property theft. Our patent filing service can help you protect your inventions and innovations in China.

Here are some of the reasons why you should choose our patent filing service in China:

Expertise: Our team of experienced patent attorneys has a deep understanding of Chinese patent law and regulations. We can guide you through the entire patent filing process, from conducting patent searches to drafting and filing patent applications.

Efficiency: We understand that time is of the essence when it comes to protecting your intellectual property. Our team works quickly and efficiently to ensure that your patent application is filed accurately and within the required timeframe.

Cost-Effective: We offer competitive pricing for our patent filing service in China. We believe that everyone should have access to quality legal representation and strive to make our services affordable for individuals and businesses of all sizes.

Transparency: We believe in transparency and keeping our clients informed every step of the way. You will receive regular updates on the status of your patent application, and we are always available to answer any questions you may have.

Patent Filing Process

Patentability Search: We conduct a comprehensive patentability search to determine whether your invention is patentable in China.

Drafting and Filing: We draft and file your patent application with the China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA).

Examination: After filing, your application will be examined by the CNIPA to determine whether it meets the patentability requirements.

Prosecution: We handle all prosecution matters, including responding to office actions and communicating with the CNIPA.

Grant of Patent: Once your patent is granted, we ensure that all maintenance fees are paid and that your patent is renewed when necessary.
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