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Explaining functionality not as helpful as you thought One of the biggest mistake that a inventor do is that they spend too much time talking about what the invention does and very little time explaining [...]
So can a cake design result in intellectual property right? Yes, according to Terry Miller, partner at Gardee recently sat down with IPWatchdog for an interview. Typically patents protect inventions of new tangible things, copyright [...]
If you have decided to move forward, with a patent application it is always necessary to file an application that completely and clearly describes the invention so that others would be able to understand the [...]
In a printed patent the claim usually comes last. The claim are the heart of the patent in that they define the limits of exactly what patent does, and does not, cover. That is the [...]
The catch of this adequate requirement is that once the first four patentability requirements are satisfied the applicant still must describe the inevnetion with enough particularity such that those skilled in the art will [...]
Obtaining a patent before they submit the invention for licensing company is generally asked by the inventor. As you already know moving forward with a patent doesn't make a lot of sense if the invention [...]