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Global Patents Registration Services


Accolade provides professional patents registration services internationally via the IP centre of Hong Kong, and deals with various issues timely for clients in the course of petents registration.

What is Patent?

A patent protects an invention (i.e. a solution to a technical problem) which may relate to a product or process.

A patent system protects your patented invention by deterring others from “free-riding” on your innovation, whether by means of copying or reverse engineering your patented product/process without permission.  In essence, the grant of a patent confers on a patent owner the exclusive right to prevent others from making, using or otherwise commercially exploiting his patented invention in a territory where the patent has been granted.  This exclusive right entitles a patent owner to exploit the patent, such as through manufacturing and selling his patented products, in any territory where the patent is granted. 

A patent can be exploited by its owner.  Alternatively, a patent owner may elect to license any party whom he considers fit and proper for undertaking the exploitation, and still be able to profit from his patent by receiving royalties in return for granting the licence.  In practice, a patent owner may adopt both approaches in the course of exploiting his patent in one or multiple territories.  For example, he may exploit the patent himself in some countries where he has the manufacturing, marketing or selling capability, and to license the patent in other countries where he does not have any of these capabilities.

The owner of a Hong Kong patent can take civil action to prevent any person from using the patented invention in Hong Kong without permission, and also seek relief, such as an injunction and an order for damages, against the infringer.

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Benefits of Registration of a Patent:

Your rights as a patent owner include but are not limited to the following:

1. the right to obtain a court order (called an injunction) to stop a competitor infringing

2. the right to obtain monetary compensation (called damages or account of profits) from an infringer that has unlawfully used your patent

3. the right to obtain a court order for delivery up or disposal of infringing articles

4. the right to grant a licence to another person to exploit your patent, in return for royalties and other payments

5. the right to sell your patent

6. the right to gift your patent in your will

7. the right to mark your product and its packaging as being patented

If you have applied for a patent and the application is pending, you may mark your product, and its packaging, to indicate that a patent is pending, for example, by using the phrase ‘Patent pending’. Business may find this a useful marketing strategy. However, where the patent application is subsequently withdrawn, you can no longer claim such application in respect of your product or its packaging or else such inaccurate or false claim may be subject to both civil and criminal sanctions.

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Our Services Include:

  • To apply for patents (invention patents & Utility Model Patents) registration globally
  • To conduct patents search and evaluation
  • To give advice on patents registration internationlly
  • To file patents application timely
  • To deal with the issues relating to the review, rejection, defense, revocation, opposition and dispute of patents registration
  • To collect the certificate of patents registration on behalf of the applicant


Materials to be provided:

1. A copy of the Certificate of Incorporation or Business Registration Certificate or anything of similar nature which shows the name and address of the applicant.
2. Presentations of your patent in terms of name, summary, specification and line drawings.
3. A priority document when priority is claimed. The document can be filed within 3 months after the filing date of the application.
4. Power of Attorney (POA) letter as required by some countries/regions.

Please download our Patent Application Form and complete the fills starting patent protection processes.