Tag: invention

Do You Have a Patentable Invention?

Contrary to popular belief, ideas, by themselves, cannot be patented. The idea is the first crucial step toward being able to obtain a patent on an invention.

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Can I Patent My Software Invention?

A software patent refers to a patent directed to a computer implemented process. Software patent applications that describe ways a computer implemented process is faster, more accurate, provides enhanced functionality, etc. are more likely to be granted than those that just use a computer to perform an existing process more efficiently.

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2014 Updated USPTO Patent Examination Guidelines

2014 Updated USPTO Patent Examination Guidelines regarding patent eligibility.

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Can I Patent my Biotechnology or Life Sciences Invention?

The USPTO has instituted new guidelines for patenting natural substances. Does your invention constitutes a “natural substance” and will fall under these new guidelines?

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I Want to Patent an Invention. Where Do I Start?

To start a patent, first we begin with an Initial Patent Assessment project to learn about your invention, and advise you on some of the USPTO requirements for patentability, to determine your eligibility for filing a patent application.

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