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A Complete and Useful Guide For Filing A Non Provisional Patent

Author: Ronny Gage
by Ronny Gage
Posted: Jun 10, 2015
patent rights

Every inventor wants patent rights for his creation. It is not only about the protection of your invention; it is also about making sure there is no unintentional usage of the logo or slogans which might be in use by other company. The idea is about the protection and approval of the invention which gives the complete control on product to the inventors by the US Patent and Trademark Office in terms of its business in the market which could be in terms of manufacturing, licensing or selling. Here is how patents have been categorized in United States:

  • Utility Patents
  • Design Patents
  • Plant Patents

Getting the creation patented also gives inventors the right by the government to sue if someone tries to establish his market on the basis of your idea. Unless the invention is given patent rights to the inventors by the US Patent and Trademark Office you cannot sit and relax thinking it is patented because it was created by you. To get started make sure you search on USPTO website to confirm if your idea is not already patented by someone.

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Author: Ronny Gage

Ronny Gage

United States

Member since: Mar 27, 2015
Published articles: 6

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