High costs for developing chemical products and production require skilled patent protection as part of the innovation process

Getting new chemical products to market is a complex process and the importance of intellectual property rights cannot be overstated.

Securing patent rights as well as optimising the financial benefits from your innovation through the correct deployment of intellectual property rights is therefore essential.

These are issues which our experts fully understand. Our European Patent Attorneys have decades of experience developing and implementing tailored IP strategies to help ambitious and innovative companies of all sizes achieve commercial success.

Highly qualified scientific thinking and specialised legal expertise help us create strategies that support your commercial objectives.

We have a long history of providing strategic advice, from assisting with developing a business plan through to ensuring your IP portfolios are structured with your commercial goals in mind. These goals can be to attract private or venture capital funding, secure licensing deals, or exit via a sale.

Our track record includes supporting clients preparing for IPO, and we have advised on a number of successful trade sales.

As with all our key industry sectors, aera offers a full range of drafting and prosecution services for patents and registered designs, together with oppositions and appeal procedures.

The strong technical expertise of our chemistry team covers all aspects, including:

  • Organic chemistry
  • Inorganic chemistry
  • Consumer products
  • Materials
  • Cleantech
  • Medical devices
  • Plastic
  • Cosmetics
  • Adhesives

aera has many direct clients. This inevitably means that we manage and coordinate the prosecution of patent applications all over the world – with the support of our large network of overseas attorneys.

We also prosecute a large number of cases from foreign associates and help securing and defending Scandinavian and European patent rights for international companies, universities, and even governments.