Patent Seekers

Patent Seekers

Patent Seekers Ltd is recognised as one of the Global Leaders in patent and design search and analysis.

Patent Seekers Ltd
Innovation House
6 Cedar Court
Celtic Springs
Newport
South Wales NP10 8FY
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 (0) 1633 816 601
Email: mail@patentseekers.com
Website: www.patentseekers.com

Timothy Parry, Director - timothy.parry@patentseekers.com


Company Profile:

The International Patent & Design Search Company

Our company was founded in January 2005 by Dean Parry (former UK Patent Examiner) and Timothy Parry (Business and Marketing expert), bringing together expertise in intellectual property and marketing to offer clients an unrivalled, customer focussed, patent, design and research journal search service.

Over the last ten years we have grown to become one of the global leaders in IP search and analysis, employing multiple in-house search teams, covering a range of technologies.

We have developed our own methods of searching, in order to ensure quality and cost effectiveness for clients, by building on known searching techniques used by patent offices and research institutes. We work closely with our clients to help develop strategies that best suit their budgets.

Areas of Specialisation:

  • Patentability 
  • Novelty
  • Prior Art
  • Infringement
  • Freedom to Operate
  • Clearance
  • Invalidity
  • Patent Busting
  • Patent strength analysis
  • State of the Art
  • Patent Landscaping
  • Patent Monitoring

Our clients range from attorney firms, multinational corporations, through small & medium enterprises and academic institutions, to sole traders and individuals, from the UK, EU, US, Russia, New Zealand, Australia, Japan and China.

We provide professional search advice in all areas of searching for Patents and Designs, including advice on novelty, state of the art, infringement, validity, mapping/landscape and monitoring searches.

Association Memberships:

CIPA

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