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What you get with this Hourlie
Once a patent application is filed, the Intellectual Property Office or Patent Office will usually come back to you with a list of objections, or reasons why they shouldn't grant your patent (an examination report). This will probably include a list of documents such as other patents (what is known as 'prior art').
I can prepare arguments, and amendments to your application as necessary, for responding to the examination report. Once all the objections are dealt with satisfactorily, your application will be granted.
What the Seller needs to start the work
I will need a copy of the documents you have received from the patent office. That is, the examination report, the search report and any other correspondence.
If the patent office has referred to any unusual documents such as technical articles or industry-specific publications, I will need copies of these, if you have them.
I will also need a copy of your application.
The price quoted above is for preparing a single response for filing, and is exclusive of any applicable patent office fees. If a subsequent response is required, this is not included in the quoted price and will need to be dealt with separately.