Introduction to Our Office for Staffers
Our office's patent and technical staff
primarily prepares and prosecutes patent and utility model applications. Because
whether an invention lives or dies depends on the quality of its detailed
description, technical knowledge, thinking power, and ability to
express oneself are essential.
To prepare such applications, first one reads the inventor's disclosure and then
asks about any unclear points. It's not necessary for one to immediately
thoroughly understand an invention, but one must have sufficient technical
knowledge to come to understand it well by asking appropriate questions. With
guidance from a more experienced person, one who majored in a scientific
discipline at university can do this job well.
We handle diverse technical fields, such as automotive, machine tools, daily
necessities, computers, foods, chemicals and new ceramics. Within our office, we
have designated experts for each technical field. Moreover, by assigning
preparation of oppositions, expert opinions, and trial board cases in accordance
with an individual's experience, our office has become good at preparing their
various necessary technical disclosures and arguments.
We have appropriate word processing stations at the desks for for each type of
work. As our work is primarily preparation of technical documents by
individuals, each person's efforts are apparent and appreciated.
Further as we provide paid vacations, the working atmosphere is relaxed and
there is no required overtime.
Staff Members' Colleges:
Tokyo University, Nagoya University, Tohoku University, Tokyo Education
University, Kyoto University, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Iwate University,
Shizuoka University, Kyushu University, Gifu University, Mie University, Nippon
University, Aichi Institute University, Aichi University, Kinjo Gakuin
University, Aichi Shukutoku College, Kumano Technical College