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Patent Law - Inventors - About.com
Understanding what patent law is and how it effects an inventor. A listing of U.S.C. Title 35 Patents with help.
35 USC 102 Patent Laws - Inventors - About.com
35 USC 102 Patent Law (A): 35 USC 102 Conditions for patentability; novelty and loss of right to patent. A person shall be entitled to a patent unless.
35 USC 100 Patent Law - Inventors - About.com
When used in this title unless the context otherwise indicates. (a) The term “ invention” means invention or discovery. (b) The term “process” means process, ...
Patent Law - New Patent Law - America Invents Act
The new patent law, called the America Invents Act, became law on September 16, 2011. This new patent law is the largest change in the patent system since ...
Patent Law - Filing a Patent Application - Inventors - About.com
Basic and advanced information for filing a utilty, design, or plant patent application - find an attorney or agent - drawings - searches - translations - provisional ...
Definition of Prior Art for Inventors - About.com
Patent law states "On taking up an application for examination or a patent in a reexamination proceeding, the examiner shall make a thorough study thereof and ...
Understanding Novelty Useful and Nonobvious Patents - Inventors
The patent law specifies that inventions must be “useful”, which means have a useful purpose. Being useful also includes operativeness, meaning that an ...
What Is a Patent and What Does Patent Ownership Mean? - Inventors
Patent law can be tricky, the key is in the words " right to exclude ". The patent does not grant the right to make, use, offer for sale or sell or import the invention ...
What Are Patent Assigments? - Licensing and Marketing - Inventors
Patent law provides for the transfer or sale of a patent by a written agreement called an assignment that can transfer the entire interest in the patent.
Example of a Design Patent - Inventors - About.com
According to USPTO patent law, a design patent is granted to any person who has invented any new and nonobvious ornamental design for an article of ...
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