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posted Thursday 23 of May 2013 by Terry [intellectual property]
A. Thanks for this question. No, if you buy from companies that have the rights to make the components, you receive an implied licens... view
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posted Tuesday 7 of June 2011 by Robert [ip litigation]
A. Well, you may not be able to contest the contents of a patent (although if subject to copyright, you may be able to do so), there ... view
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posted Wednesday 26 of June 2013 by Arthur [patent filing] (4 comments)
A. You can always file a follow-on PCT on an improvement to your already filed application, provided that the invention is not yet pu... view
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posted Wednesday 26 of September 2012 by Howard [patent filing]
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posted Wednesday 25 of May 2011 by Jaclyn [patent filing]
A. I can't answer this question in an email. There are probably some books you can read, articles as well, that might be helpful. Yo... 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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