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Provisional patent applications allow you to relatively quickly achieve “patent pending” status for your invention without having to pay the higher cost typically involved with utility patent applications.

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The Patent Cooperation Treaty allows applicants to seek patent protection internationally for their inventions. Filing an international patent application is usually still more expensive than filing a national application directly in the U.S. so proper search and preparation is important before you file.

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Obtaining a patent in the U.S. can be a very time-consuming and expensive process that typically involves several steps. Prior to filing a patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, it is best to first find out whether your invention has already been patented.

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Patent marking is the process of adding notices on your products to notify others that these products are either patented or that a patent application has been filed on these products.

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Patenting software and Internet commerce related inventions has become tricky. If you are interested in patenting a new software or Internet invention, please contact us for a Section 101 Abstract Idea consultation.

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Patenting an idea involves a variety of different steps. A good patent lawyer will be able to help you understand whether or not your idea is worth patenting as an initial step.

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