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posted Wednesday 10 of April 2013 by Steve [patent filing] (1 comment)
A. If you describe your invention in enough detail to allow someone of ordinary skill in the field of the invention to make and use t... view

posted Wednesday 10 of April 2013 by Robert [intellectual property]
A. Yes you can, if you describe your invention in enough detail to allow someone of ordinary skill in the field of the invention to m... view

posted Tuesday 9 of April 2013 by Margrett [copyrights]
A. Here's a good source of basic information on this subject: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellectual_property_protection_of_typef... view
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posted Thursday 4 of April 2013 by Robert [patent filing]
A. You received a Filing Receipt and a Foreign Patent License. If under "Foreign Patent License" you find the words "granted", then ... view

posted Monday 1 of April 2013 by Sunita [intellectual property]
A. Yes, you could. Of course, the simple solution is to delete the name if there is a complaint. However, if the well-known client ... view

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When you think you might have an invention with sales potential, immediately discuss the idea with a registered patent practitioner
Ensure you sketch all significant elements of your invention on paper, writing as much detail and comments regarding its' operation
After creating any descriptions or sketching your invention, ensure a witness (or even two) sign the paper to support your claim

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