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PATENTS. PROF. JANICKE IP SURVEY COURSE 2011. THE USUAL QUESTIONS:. CAN I GET A PATENT ON ____? IF I’M EMPLOYED OR CONSULTING, WHO WILL OWN IT? HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?. THE USUAL QUESTIONS:. HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE? WHAT CAN I DO WITH IT IF I GET IT?. ELIGIBILITY.
Intellectual Property Deed. Physical Property Deed. House. Invention. Patents. Intellectual Property Deed - Patent. Three Different Kinds of Patents Utility Patent – Protects the way an invention is used or works. Design Patent – Protects only the ornamental
Importance of Patent Drafting. 3. What is a Patent?. In exchange for a limited-term right to exclude others from making, using or selling a novel, non-obvious and claimed invention in the country for which the patent is to be validly granted the inventor must provide a complete and accurate pub
“Patents”. A Product of Creativity in Bloom Tracy Palovich 2011. A project of the AIPLA. Who can Invent?. YOU!. So...how do you “invent”?. Set a goal, dream, imagine! Write it down! Experiment, develop, modify and construct your invention. It’s a SECRET!. What is a Patent?
You lost your patent, just as I did, trying to pay an overdue fine on a maintenance fee using Patent Office Form PTO\/SB\/65 \u2013 Petition to Accept Unavoidably Delayed Payment of Maintenance Fee in an Expired Patent.\n\nIf you bring a lawsuit against the Patent Office charging that their decision was \u201carbitrary and capricious,\u201d chances are you\u2019ll lose. Sorry! Typically the court will hold that the government\u2019s action in revoking your patent was within the authority of the Patent Office. The basis for the court\u2019s decision will be a determination that the Patent Office was not \u201carbitrary and capricious\u201d in its action, which is the standard the courts apply in such matters. The courts defer a great deal to the authority and expertise of the government agencies in such matters. It limits your options to hiring corporate law attorney who has prior experience. The court will review the Patent Office\u2019s determination that a reasonable and prudent person would have taken steps to ensure payment of the maintenance fee, and will determine that the Patent Office considered all important aspects of the petition and made a determination that was consistent with the evidence. Given the very narrow nature of the review of a determination by the Patent Office, the court will probably hold that the Patent Office\u2019s action was not an abuse of discretion.
PATENTS. PROF. JANICKE IP SURVEY COURSE 2012. THE USUAL QUESTIONS:. CAN I GET A PATENT ON ____? IF I’M EMPLOYED OR CONSULTING, WHO WILL OWN IT? HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?. THE USUAL QUESTIONS:. HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE? WHAT CAN I DO WITH IT IF I GET IT?. ELIGIBILITY.