Why is Writing Patent Claims Accurately Very Important

Why is Writing Patent Claims Accurately Very Important?

A patent claim is that part of the patent specification which defines the boundaries of patent protection. Writing patent claims mean writing the details and claims of the invention which one needs to furnish while filling the patent application. They form the base of the protection of the patents. Patent claims explain the limits of[…]

What is an Inferential Claim

What is an Inferential Claim?

An Inferential claim is a claim that states some facts after we apply reasoning to a certain passage. Also, it may state that something supports/implies/follows another. It defines the main objective hidden in any argument. Types of Inferential claim: Explicit Inferential Claim: We usually attest the Explicit Inferential Claim with concluding words that indicate some[…]

Multiple Dependent Claim

Multiple Dependent Claims: When do we need them?

Before getting on multiple dependent claims, let’s have a brief knowledge of what dependent claim is all about. A dependent claim is an embodiment of an independent claim of the invention. It defines the specificities of the invention. Multiple dependent claims define independent and dependent claims more explicitly. They work as an extension for a[…]

office action causes

Office Action Causes & Their Response

Office Action is the opposition notified by the USPTO examiner in the patent application to point out some or all patent claims that contain issues. It is an official mode of communication between the patent examiner and the patent filer that clearly state areas of improvement, mistakes, or rejection, in the patent application. These are[…]

Proofread Patent Claims To Avoid Abandonment!!

Patent claims are the most critical part of the application. It defines the scope of the invention. The areas described in the claims state what is covered under it and what not. Patent claims are the legal basis of any patent protection. It creates a boundary to protect the claims stated for the invention. You need full technical (domain-based) and[…]

Draft Your Patents Clearly: Why & How?

Securing your invention in terms of opting for a patent, is a well-entrenched way. But, not all inventions are able to make it up to secure a patent. The very beginner’s step includes checking the feasibility of the idea, assuring its uniqueness, developing a prototype, and framing the patent draft with complete specifications. After assuring that[…]

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[…]

Patent Drafting: “Not Everyone’s Cup of Tea”

Patent drafting is a methodology of presenting pure technical explanation about the patent in the form of a document, called as the patent draft. It is important to have the proper technical domain knowledge about the patent subject, while drafting a patent. Since, patent draft is the first document that reaches in public for the[…]

These 5 Tips could Improve Your Patent Draft

A Patent draft is an application that includes a written detailed description of the invention, patent claims to define the scope of the invention, explanation of the process, manufacturing details or composition of matter and also the description of a mode of operation or principal. In short, the draft must include each and every minute detail about[…]

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