PAIVA & CIA - Intellecta has extensive experience in all aspects of a registration process; search, applications and registration of patents of inventions, designs and utility models. We process patent applications for individual inventors in Chile as well as for large companies following a systematic process for the generation of patents in Chile and other countries.
We prepare searches and assessment reports on patentability and prepare and file patent applications with a continuous monitoring of all the processes requested by the authorities until the registration is granted. We also defend your patent rights in objection and annulment procedures, due diligence or patent audits and technological oversight. Our firm also provides services with respect to designs and utility models patents.
A group of engineers work with our firm in different areas of technology and our collaboration agreements in the extensive network of law firms abroad provides our clients international coverage and services.
PAIVA & CIA - Intellecta was one of the first professional firms selected by the Government authority (Corfo) as an Intellectual Property Advisory Entity (EAPI), an accreditation granted by Corfo to professional IP firms to provide services for government subsidies for patent registration purposes.
EAPI accreditation recognizes the capacity of PAIVA & CIA - Intellecta to establish contacts with international law firm networks and our experience in the area of intellectual property, both legal and technical, and the capacity to carry out intellectual property projects. PAIVA & CIA - Intellecta has obtained funds and managed several IP projects for new technologies.
Our firm has been selected by CORFO INNOVA (government entity) with the certification that authorizes us to elaborate Market and IP Assessment reports and studies for different type of innovation subsidies. Market and IP Assessment services evaluate the potential market for technology along with Intellectual Property Assessment; this is evaluates the strength of intellectual property, the first tool to evaluate the possible success of a new technology.