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International IP Protection
PCT Patent Applications

PROTECT YOUR IP

International IP Protection
PCT Patent Applications

Patent registrations in key countries can be an important foundation for establishing and growing a global business. But filing multiple patent applications worldwide can quickly become prohibitively expensive, not to mention complicated.

The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) allows patent applicants to extend patent protection to multiple countries through a centralized filing system. When our clients need to file multiple applications internationally, AEON Law attorneys sit down with you to determine which strategic inventions you should protect across borders and how to structure your international patent filings to obtain the best protection where it matters most. Our strategy includes not just where and how to file but also planning for a predictable budget with flat fees.

If challenges arise in countries where we have secured patent protection, we work with our strong network of international IP firms to resolve them efficiently.

With our transparent fee structure and targeted approach, we educate clients to file strategically and obtain broad protections while staying on budget.

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Contact us to set up a meeting with an International IP attorney on our team.

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