Understanding The Fundamentals of Patent Drafting

Before we fully dive into the process of patent drafting, it’s important to understand what a patent is. In short, a patent is a document that describes an invention and grants the inventor exclusive rights to make, use, and sell that invention for a period of time. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)[…]

Office Action – How To Respond To An Office Action?

An office action is a notification that a patent examiner sends to the applicant of a pending patent application. The notice usually includes one or more rejections of claims made in the application. This blog will walk you through the different types of office action and how you can respond to them. What is an[…]

Patent Drawings – The Benefits of Patent illustrations

In order to obtain a patent, an inventor must provide a clear and concise drawing of the invention that will be patented. The written description of the invention in the patent application is not enough. The drawing must contain enough detail that someone skilled in the relevant art could make and use the invention without[…]

Patent Proofreading

Patent Proofreading – How To Proofread Patent?

Patents are a legal way of protecting Intellectual Property and the risks associated with them. There are so many types of mistakes that can be made during the process. So, it is important to have your work professionally proofread before filing the patent application. In this blog, we will discuss what is patent proofreading. There[…]

Why Patent Drafting Services are Important

Why Patent Drafting Services are Important?

Drafting services deal with the process of creating claims and patent description. They produce a base for every patent application and handle the specification part of the document. You must focus on already patented material to draft a successful patent application. The drafting services are long and laborious. Although you may achieve a patent without[…]

Patent Drawing Summary from tip to toe

Patent Drawing: Summary from tip to toe

Patent drawing refers to a detailed illustration of the invention that is submitted during the Patent application procedure. The USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) demands the patentee to submit detailed Drawings about the invention with the Patent application. It helps the examiner to understand the making and working of the Invention easily. It[…]

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[…]

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