About Us

About Us

As an industry player in today’s high-tech, high-speed world, you work hard each day to design, create, and improve. The security of your innovations is the last thing on your mind. At Brealant, we believe that effective legal advocacy necessitates a detailed awareness of our client’s businesses, sectors, and technology, in addition to a comprehensive knowledge of the law. Our patent attorneys are sophisticated, adaptable, and approachable, offering practical guidance while zealously advocating for our client’s goals.

Brealant team is made up of experts in their respective technical fields who have also had exposure to patent law in several jurisdictions. The team has a combined expertise of almost 7 years in patents. With this team structure, an innovation in a certain domain is handled by one or more of our patent attorneys who are experts in that domain, assuring a quality-based approach.

Our job is to safeguard your intangible assets

The goal of intellectual property is to maximize profits. That’s what we assist you with by:

  • Identifying your IP to determine what you can protect.
  • With patent, trademark, and design applications, you can protect what is legitimately yours.
  • assisting you in monetizing your intellectual property (IP) through licensing or enforcement.
  • IP is far more than a fascinating academic exercise; it is all about commercial value. There’s no purpose in owning the intellectual property if it doesn’t add value to your company.

We want to make it as simple as possible for you.

Although intellectual property law is complex, our specialists will explain it to you so that you can make the best decisions for you and your company.

We can work within your financial constraints.

We offer a transparent price structure.Wherever possible, we attempt to give set costs and can provide cost estimates elsewhere before beginning any work.

We want you to succeed

We understand that if our clients succeed, our company will succeed as well.We want to make sure you don’t lose out on the intellectual property rights you’re entitled to, so your firm may thrive.