Why Learn How To File A Patent?
As an inventor, it is important to know how to file a patent correctly or to go through a patent firm for help. Every inventor should have a patent on file at the United States Patent and Trademark Office if they want their product or technology under patent protection.
Having a US patent granted prohibits others from making, selling, or importing their product or technology inside the United States. Learning how to file a patent is a tedious task and if an inventor is not up to it they should consider hiring professionals from a patent firm.
Learn How To File A Patent Or Hire Out?
Learning how to file a patent is not as easy as you may have believed. There are a lot of papers and forms to fill out. If you fail to fill out the forms correctly, it could mean a dismissal of your patent application, or even putting your invention at risk from others using your technology. There are many parts to a patent application and it can be easy to overlook some of it.
Keeping detailed information regarding dates, technology, and diagrams is an important part of knowing how to file a patent application. It is important to be able to prove that you are the sole inventor of the new technology or that your product is different enough from existing technology. A patent firm knows how to file a patent correctly so you and your invention are under the protection a patent offers.
How A Patent Firm Can Help
A patent firm will help you do a thorough patent search to determine if your technology is truly new and not ‘prior art’. You do not want to file a patent on existing technology because you could be infringing upon another inventor’s patent. A patent firm would also do a patent search to see if your idea is different enough from current patents or that your technology is within public domain.
If you do not know how to file a patent, it would be best for you to hire experts from a patent firm. They are experienced in patent applications, searches, and terms. A patent firm knows how to file a patent correctly the first time, saving you time and money.
Should you require assistance with filing a patent or performing a patent search contact the patent professionals at Noro IP by email PatentSpecialist@NoroIP.com or by phone 1-800-605-6993.
April 6, 2012
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