How To Make Patent Drawings

Author: Jack Lo
Publisher: Nolo
ISBN: 1413321569
Size: 67.95 MB
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The best (and only) DIY explanation about how to prepare drawings for patent applications.

Patent It Yourself

Author: David Pressman
Publisher: Nolo
ISBN: 1413322573
Size: 66.15 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Attorney David Pressman and updater Thomas Tuytschaevers take you through the entire patent process, providing scrupulously updated information and clear instructions to help you: determine if you can patent your invention understand patent law evaluate the commercial potential of your idea perform your own patent search file a provisional patent application prepare a formal patent application respond to patent examiners amend an application enforce and maintain your patent market and license your invention Thoroughly updated to reflect the latest changes in intellectual property law, this edition provides the latest U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rules and forms. It includes up-to-date discussions of the new "first to file" rule, which has to revolutionized patent law.

Patent Pending In 24 Hours

Author: Richard Stim
Publisher: Nolo
ISBN: 1413322026
Size: 15.24 MB
Format: PDF
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Everything you need to protect your invention now The provisional patent application (PPA) is a quick, inexpensive and legal way to claim your invention—and buy yourself time to determine whether it’s worthwhile to pursue a regular patent. Learn how to: conduct a patent search online complete all the necessary forms evaluate potential hurdles prepare informal drawings file your application, and file a new PPA to reflect modifications. The book also includes important legal forms to help you preserve your rights when showing or selling your invention: nondisclosure agreement patent assignment prototype-maker agreement joint-ownership agreement The 7th edition incorporates changes from the “America Invents Act,” as well as recent revisions to patent rules and regulations. Thousands of people have used Patent Pending in 24 Hours successfully. You can, too!

Invention Analysis And Claiming

Author: Ronald D. Slusky
Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781590318188
Size: 66.78 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Invention Analysis and Claiming presents a comprehensive approach to analyzing inventions and capturing them in a sophisticated set of patent claims. A central theme is the importance of using the problem-solution paradigm to identify the "inventive concept" before the claim-drafting begins. The book's teachings are grounded in "old school" principles of patent practice that, before now, have been learned only on the job from supervisors and mentors.

Patent Searching Made Easy

Author: David Hitchcock
Publisher: Nolo
ISBN: 1413324096
Size: 60.70 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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An in-depth guide to understanding the invention landscape, whether you’re looking to turn an idea into protected intellectual property, or just research the marketplace.

Patent Searching

Author: David Hunt
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118429257
Size: 43.25 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Whether you're a patent examiner, patent attorney, commercial patent searcher, patent liaison, IP librarian, law professor, or competitive intelligence analyst, you'll find Patent Searching: Tools and Techniques to be just the guide you have been waiting for, with a range of approaches to patent searching that will be useful to you regardless of your technical expertise or role in the intellectual property community.

How To Make Patent Drawings Yourself

Author: Jack Lo
Publisher: NOLO
ISBN: 0873377885
Size: 30.35 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"Even if you hire a patent attorney this book is worth reading, as it can minimize the $200-per-hour consulting time you'll need with your attorney." Entrepreneur Magazine"Using this book, inventors will learn how to complete this crucial step in receiving a patent." Poptronics

Uspto S Guide For Preparation Of Patent Drawings

Author: Uspto
Publisher: Penaya Publishing
ISBN: 9780984408436
Size: 14.13 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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The authoritative guide to the preparation of patent drawings for filing in the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This is USPTO's own guide, which went out of print and is reprinted here. Two small sections by an experienced practitioner (Carl Oppedahl of Oppedahl Patent Law Firm LLC) have been added -- a section on best practices for creating drawings for electronic filing, with examples of ways that USPTO's systems can degrade perfectly good drawings and tips for avoiding such problems, and a section on best practices for creating drawings for design patent applications. PROCESSING OF DRAWINGS Review of Drawings by Office of Initial Patent Examination Review by USPTO Draftsperson On Examiner's First (Non-Allowance) Action On Examiner's Subsequent Actions On Allowance After Allowance SELECTED U.S. LAWS AND RULES OF PRACTICE RELATING TO PATENT DRAWINGS 35 USC 113 Drawings 37 CFR 1.58 Chemical and mathematical formulae and tables 37 CFR 1.74 Reference to drawings 37 CFR 1.81 Drawings required in patent application 37 CFR 1.83 Content of drawing 37 CFR 1.84 Standards for drawings 37 CFR 1.85 Corrections to drawings 37 CFR 1.96 Submission of computer program listings 37 CFR 1.121 Manner of making amendments in applications 37 CFR 1.151 Rules applicable [Designs] 37 CFR 1.152 Design drawings 37 CFR 1.161 Rules applicable [Plants] 37 CFR 1.165 Plant drawings 37 CFR 1.171 Application for reissue 37 CFR 1.173 Reissue specification, drawings, and amendments 37 CFR 1.211 Publication of applications 37 CFR 1.215 Patent application publication 37 CFR 1.437 The drawings [International Applications] 37 CFR 1.530 Statement by patent owner in "ex parte" reexamination; amendment by patent owner in "ex parte" or "inter partes" reexamination; inventorship change in "ex parte" or "inter partes" reexamination Article 7 of Patent Cooperation Treaty and Selected PCT Rules Pertaining to Drawings Symbols Drawing Examples Black ink Black ink [computer screen image] Identification of drawings Graphic forms in drawings [chemical formulae] Graphic forms in drawings [waveforms] Graphic forms in drawings [DNA structures] Views Exploded views Partial views Sectional views Alternate position Modified forms Arrangement of views Front page view Character of lines, numbers, and letters Shading [spaced lines] Shading [stippling] Symbols Legends Numbers, letters, and reference characters Lead lines Arrows Copyright or Mask Work Notice Numbering of sheets of drawings "