Drafting Patent Specification: Guidelines

The patent specification is a written disclosure of invention which is drafted for satisfying patent written requirements as well and to define the claims’ scope. While drafting a patent application claim can be referred from the specification. The only major concern is to know when it is allowed and when it is not allowed. However,[…]

Relative Terminology Will Destroy Patent Draft: Know How?

Relative terminology means short-hand or similar terms that are used in our day-to-day life to refer to any certain entity of concern. The use of relative terminology can be often seen in public speeches, debate, stage shows, etc. to engage the maximum amount of audience. It is appropriate to use relative terms to point out[…]

Top 5 Patent Drafting Mistakes: You don’t want to have!!

The goal of drafting a patent application is to present a preliminary version of the invention, highlighting all its original elements, embodiments, and scope. A good patent draft is the one that provides a full, clear, and exact description of the invention that clearly portrays the purpose or the sight of the inventor, behind that[…]