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Explaining the function of the invention is helpful but only explaining something in terms of function leaves many questions unanswered because it is not terribly descriptive For example assume you are unfamiliar with a couch If I were to…

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John Calvert a twenty-four year veteran of the USPTO retired in June If you are in the independent inventor or product commercialization communities you undoubtedly know Calvert After starting as a patent examiner in he started working with independent…

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Many within the independent inventor community are well acquainted with John Calvert Calvert started out working for the United States Patent and Trademark Office as a patent examiner but by the time he retired twenty-four years later in he…

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While the DRTV Product Summit is geared toward inventors with largely plug and play products it is still nevertheless aimed at giving everyday inventors an opportunity The major benefit to inventors selected is that they can present to serious…

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Of course whether you are going to pursue licensing or manufacturing for the first lesson is to realize that there are no tricks to invention marketing It just takes work Of course you need to first determine what it…

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In order to satisfy this requirement you need to specifically and objectively define and describe how to make and use your invention The enablement requires says that every embodiment needs to be described so that it can and will…

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In order to obtain exclusive rights on an invention the law requires that the patent applicant particularly point out and distinctly claim the subject matter which the inventor regards as his or her invention Any patent or patent application…

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A non-provisional patent application is a domestic U S patent application that has the possibility to mature into an issued U S patent if after examination the patent examiner is satisfied that the patentability requirements have been met So…

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In order to obtain a utility patent one must file what is referred to as a non-provisional application or a non-provisional utility application It is called non-provisional to distinguish it from a provisional patent applications When you file a…

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In order to protect an idea it must mature into an invention first This means that you need to be able to explain to others how to make and use the invention so that they could replicate the invention…

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There are ways that inventors can file for patent protection on their inventions with a limited budget but even then you have to be realistic in the costs of this undertaking It is critical to remember though that this…

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I do not begrudge anyone their point of view or suggest that there is but one right way to successfully get from point A where you have an idea or invention to point B where you dreams of commercial…

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