Reduction to Practice

For the purposes of patent law, proving an invention means that you have established what the law calls “reduction to practice.” Reducing an invention to practice might take the form of building the invention, building a model of the invention, conducting lab tests or doing something so the invention must be recognized and appreciated. The IP process can be leveraged through a proof-of-concept (PoC) prototype. Our team has the knowledge and skills to guide and support you to produce a working prototype of your product.