The validation of a European patent
allows the patent holder to obtain, in the countries designated in the application filed, the same rights
obtainable with a national patent in the same countries.
Once the application for a European patent has been granted, the applicant must validate it in the designated countries
within three months, including a careful patent translation
of a granted patent
must completely conform to the original text and at the same time be drawn up with precision and clear language
, since it is effectively a technical-legal document.
To this end, in order to avoid any litigation, it is essential to continue to rely on professionals
for patent translations, as they are competent experts in the subject matter of the specific patent.