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Remember Five Things while Writing a Provisional Patent Application

Around the world, inventors find writing a provisional patent application an unnecessary step or an overhead. Since you have to file a non-provisional patent application anyway, what is the need for filing a provisional application? You can just file a non-provisional application, and be done with it. We wish the process could be simple. Directly[…]

Patent Writing How to Write a Quality Patent Application

Patent Writing: How to Write a Quality Patent Application?

Patent writing is not as easy as people think. Only once you have acquired years of professional experience, it is easy to draft patent applications. One becomes proficient at identifying and delivering sky-scraping quality patent applications. One gains the ability to look at patent applications from different technical outlooks as well. Moreover, one is easily[…]

Office Action Elements

Office Action Elements

Office Action is the communication medium between the patent examiner and filer. It states the areas of improvement within the patent application. It includes mistakes, or rejection, in the patent application. To clarify or pass the form from the patent examiner, the possible changes are specified. Just like a patent application, an office action is also[…]

NON PROVISIONAL Utility patent application

Non-Provisional Utility Patent Application 101

USPTO grants three types of patents: Plant, design, and utility. Plant and utility are divided into two categories: provisional and non-provisional utility patent application. A provisional application is economical and reserve inventor’s rights for 12 months. If the inventor fails to obtain a patent in 12 months then the patent is canceled. A non-provisional application[…]

The Actual Cost to File Patent What All to Spend On

The Actual Cost to File Patent: What All to Spend On?

what is the cost to file patent? The first question that, generally, comes to anybody’s mind after he/she invents anything and thinks to patent it. The answer to the question is that the cost of obtaining a patent cannot be estimated accurately and easily. It primarily depends on: The geographical scope. The complexity of the[…]

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