Tag: patent

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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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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2014 Updated USPTO Patent Examination Guidelines regarding patent eligibility.

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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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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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Welcome to Trademark Law Radio, a top web resource on issues of trademark infringement, trademark licensing, trademark protection, and trademark registration. My name is Enrico Schaefer and I specialize in trademark and intellectual property issues.  Today, we’re going to be talking a bit about intellectual property and trademark rights.  Some of the questions we receive […]

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MARK TRADEMAN, TMIN NEWS ANCHOR: Hello everyone. And welcome to the Trademark Information Network. I’m Mark Trademan, alongside Sandhya Mahajan, our investigative reporter, and Grant Gainsworth, our Senior News Analyst. Here at the network, we are dedicated to bringing you the most up-to-date information that will help you apply to register your trademark and, if […]

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