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Register Your Patent in Switzerland

Protect your invention with our patent registration service. Choose from a wide selection of local patent attorneys, benefit from low flat fees, assured quality, and enjoy online monitoring throughout the process

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$1,070
govt fees from $777

Protect your invention with our patent registration service. Choose from a wide selection of local patent attorneys, benefit from low flat fees, assured quality, and enjoy online monitoring throughout the process

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Patent Registration in Switzerland
From $1,070 + govt fees from $777
  1. An AI-powered IP assistant that helps you create a detailed assignment within minutes.

  2. Selection of the most suitable local patent attorney based on specific criteria.

  3. Patent search, drafting of an application, consultation, and application filing done by an attorney.

  4. Online monitoring and reporting on the platform throughout the entire process.

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  • An AI-powered IP assistant that helps create tasks and find relevant attorneys

  • Flat fees, secure and fast online payments with guaranteed results

  • 24/7 access to the registration process and online data storage for all your cases

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Frequently Asked Questions
What is patent registration?
Patent registration is a legal process that grants exclusive rights to inventors or assignees over their inventions, preventing others from using or selling the patented invention without permission for a specified period. It encourages innovation, protects intellectual property, and allows inventors to commercialize their inventions.
How much does it cost?
The expenses associated with patent registration fluctuate based on the specific country and the scope of services required. Usually an offer for patent registration is based on number of claims,number of independent claims, number of pages, technology area, scope of work (search, drafting, filing), size of applicant’s entity etc. Our exceptional service ensures utmost transparency, offering you a competitive and predetermined fee for each application within every country.
What countries can I register my patent in?
With an extensive network of experienced attorneys, we offer comprehensive assistance in trademark registration across more than 180 countries globally.
What are the three criteria for registering a patent?
Your patent must: be innovative, have characteristics or functions not known in this field (Novelty); exceed the general technical level of the field, contain solutions that a specialist with average skills cannot come to (High technical level); be suitable for industrial and commercial use (Utility).
What are the main patent registration stages?
There are 5 main stages - drafing the application, filing the application, passing the examination of the application, registering the patent and securing its annual maintenance.
What is a patentability search?
A patentability search is a search through databases of published documents to see if someone else has already described your invention or something similar to it. When you want to file a patent, it’s necessary to conduct a global patentability search and determine the closest technical solutions, find out how the patented technical solution is different from your invention and define the scope of claims to be applied for examination.
What is PCT?
The PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty) serves to streamline the patent application process, making it feasible to apply for patent protection for an invention simultaneously in 157 countries. There are 2 main phases: an international phase and a national phase. Despite it being an application that simplifies the procedure, you will have to pay fees in each applied country. You also need to file a PCT application within 12 months from tthe date of filing the first application and then you will have 30 months to file for the national phases.
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Patent registration in Switzerland

 

Patents are crucial for protecting inventions and promoting innovation. In Switzerland, patents are regulated by the Swiss Federal Act on Patents for Inventions (PatA). This act is in line with international standards and provides a strong legal framework for patent protection.

Benefits of Patent Registration in Switzerland

Obtaining a patent in Switzerland offers several benefits, including legal protection, exclusivity, and the ability to commercialize the invention. According to statistics from the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property, there were over 8,000 patent registrations in Switzerland in 2020. This shows the growing importance of patent protection in the country.

Key Points of Patent Registration in Switzerland

To register a patent in Switzerland, the following requirements must be met:

  • The invention must be new, involve an inventive step, and be capable of industrial application.
  • The application must include a detailed description of the invention, along with any necessary drawings or diagrams.
  • The applicant must specify the scope of protection sought.
  • A power of attorney must be submitted if the applicant is represented by a third party.

It is important to note that patent protection in Switzerland lasts for 20 years from the date of filing the application.

How to Find a Patent Specialist Quickly and Affordably?

At iPNOTE, we offer a solution to finding a patent specialist quickly and affordably. Our platform provides a user-friendly marketplace where you can explore service providers, leave feedback, and get in touch with their representatives. We guarantee at least one proposal within 48 hours, but usually, multiple options are available within a few hours.

Our services are 2-5 times more cost-effective than major law firms, and clients have the option to change providers after the task has started and request a refund if the result does not meet their requirements. With iPNOTE, you'll find verified patent lawyers from Switzerland and around the world to help you protect your innovative ideas and products.

Registering a patent is crucial for protecting your unique ideas and products in Switzerland. With iPNOTE's platform, you can find a suitable patent specialist quickly and affordably.

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