Patent it Yourself
Patent it Yourself Summary
The book most likely to be chosen by inventors stranded on a desert island, Patent It Yourself is the definitive guide to parenting an invention. Written by Attorney David Pressman, who has over 30 years’ experience in the patent profession, the book walks inventors step by step through the entire process, explaining how to: — evaluate the commercial potential of an idea– file a provisional patent application to get an early filing date and patent pending status– conduct a patent search– explore international patent protection opportunities– assign and license an invention to others– and moreThe fully revised seventh edition contains a raft of new PTO rules. It also provides all the forms and instructions an inventor needs to patent a “hare-brained” idea.
Author : David PressmanPublisher : Nolo PressPublished : 1999ISBN-10 : 087337469XISBN-13 : 9780873374699Number of Pages : 496 PagesLanguage : en
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