Rights granted by patents
A patent are exclusive rights granted by the State to the inventor of a product or technology, which will allow you to use and exploit your invention and prevent third parties from using it without your consent.
It is important to patent the inventions made since this means that it has a guaranteed protection to not be produced, used or distributed by any person who would like to perform those actions without the consent of the inventor.
The person can exploit the product, as well as sell it or authorize it to be used by another licensed person or company.
In the event that you decide to sale an invention without being patented it will be very difficult to find a buyer interested in acquiring an item that does not have the necessary guarantee. Hence the importance of patenting the product: anyone can’t use it without the consent of the inventor, regardless of the purpose pursued by that person.
Patent licenses, on the other hand, allow the inventor to authorize their use by the licensee in return for a fee, and unlike if a sale had been made, with the license the inventor does not lose his status as patent holder.
In Llorente & Rayón Abogados we help you to be able to commercialize your invention through a patent license agreement, we also guide you in each step, since you make the decision to patent an invention, as well as if you decide to license or put it on sale, until the end of the process.