FTO (Freedom to Operate) is generally referred to as free implementation, which means the free use and development of technology by the implementer without infringing on the patent rights of others. FTO/Non-infringement investigation refers to the investigation of whether the technology intended to be implemented may infringe upon the patent rights of others, aiming at screening the possible patent barriers, identifying the risk of infringement, and ensuring that the technology can be implemented freely in a country.

Our company provides FTO/non-infringement search and analysis by patent litigation agents who are familiar with patent laws and infringement judgment principles of various countries, and provides corresponding risk response suggestions according to specific circumstances. If necessary, we can make full use of the strong overseas intellectual property cooperation agencies accumulated for years to provide professional analysis opinions issued by local lawyers.

Scope of service: China, Japan, U.S.A., Europe, Russia, Southeast Asia and other countries and regions