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Right to Practice Opinions

For clients seeking to establish whether or not their new products or processes might infringe on any existing patents, a right to practice opinion may be useful.

Cantor Colburn attorneys are highly experienced in preparing clearance, or right to practice, opinions. Our first-hand practical and technical understanding of the technologies that drive many of our clients’ businesses provides depth in performing right to practice opinions in a clear and concise manner.

We regularly render timely right to practice opinions for clients who are contemplating the development of new products and who wish to assess whether this product may be covered by a competitor’s patent. By generating right-to-practice or clearance opinions of a target product in its early stages of development, our clients are provided with a competitive advantage.