Freedom to Operate Opinion | Freedom to Operate Search | FTO Search | Freedom to Practice Search

PDF
Print
E-mail
Written by Administrator
Monday, 23 February 2009 07:11
Many companies, prior to launching a new product, and often even prior to initiating a new line of research that may lead to the development of a new product, seek to minimize the risk of infringement by securing their "freedom to operate" (FTO), i.e. ensuring that the commercial production, marketing and use of their new product, process or service does not infringe the intellectual property rights of others.

Client: Freedom to Operate Opinion / Freedom to practice for a multinational FMCG company

Goal: Investigate the freedom to operate / practice and patentability of the use of one color to for packaging of SKUs

Duration: 2 weeks

Result: The Dolcera IPMap integrated patent and scientific information from a variety of sources in one 'snapshot' IPMap that was used by the client for securing the right to market.

Dolcera advantage: Data integration, technology expertise, speed, low costs

Client quote: "By dispelling our legal doubts you have allowed us the freedom to operate & concentrate on our marketing activites"
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 January 2013 12:38 )