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What Happens After You File A Patent Application

What Happens After You File A Patent Application

Once you file a patent application, you can claim that you have a patent pending on your invention. You will generally get a filing receipt with a serial number for your patent application. One important thing to note with the […]

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Is Your Invention Patentable?

Is Your Invention Patentable?

Remember the inventor, Professor Potts, in the movie classic, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?  Professor Potts was played by the talented, Dick Van Dyke.  He loved to tinker and hoped that one of his inventions would strike it rich, so he […]

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Your Obligations While Your Patent Application is Pending

Your Obligations While Your Patent Application is Pending

You’ve filed your patent application.  Now, you have a patent pending.  Do you just wait until you hear from the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)?  The answer is no.  US Patent laws impose certain duties to you, the patent […]

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What Is A Continuation Application?

What Is A Continuation Application?

A continuation application is a patent application that is filed subsequent to a previously filed or original application and includes the same disclosure presented in the original application.  It typically uses the same specification as the original application.  The only […]

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Ways a US Patent Can be Invalidated (Part III)

Ways a US Patent Can be Invalidated (Part III)

This is the last part of my series regarding ways patents can be invalid and unenforceable.  Hope you have read “Ways a US Patent Can be Invalidated- Parts I and II.”  Here is one more way patents can be invalid: […]

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