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PATENT TUTORIALS: Basics of PATENTS: Types of Patents, Patent Searches & Patent Application

Article Source: http://techcorplegal.com/Blog_Technology_Law_Business_Research/2012/09/17/patent-tutorials-basics-of-patents-types-of-patents-patent-searches-patent-application/ PATENT TUTORIALS Why is a Patent search required? There are many reasons to perform a patent search. The most obvious reason to perform the patent search is to know if the invention can be patented or has been already patented. The other reasons for performing a patent search are listed below: To make … Continue reading

BASICS OF DRAFTING A PATENT APPLICATION

BASICS OF DRAFTING A PATENT APPLICATION Article source: http://techcorplegal.com/Startup_Business/Blog/drafting_patent.html Writing a patent application is a skillful task for a patent attorney. However, while drafting the patent application the most important section of the patent application are the patent claims. The patent attorney has to perform numerous in-house quality checks to ascertain that all the patent claim elements and features of … Continue reading

Patent Lawyer: Legal Expert in Protecting Technology Innovations by Patents (Role of Patent Attorney in Protection of Business Ideas & Intangible Assets)

Patent Lawyer: Legal Expert in Protecting Technology Innovations by Patents (Role of Patent Attorney in Protection of Business Ideas & Intangible Assets) Article Source: Patent Lawyer Click Here In present economic landscape, a crucial part of business involves enduring competition by securing strong intellectual property rights. Consequently, an important factor used during the valuation of … Continue reading

Why is Patent Search Required?

Why is Patent Search Required? A patent specification, which is also termed as disclosure, is a written description of an invention. Generally, the patent specification is drafted with a view to satisfy the statutory written requirements for patentability, as well as to define the scope of the patent claims. While the layout of the patent … Continue reading