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Determination of Value of the Invention in View of the Prior Art

Following the patentability search, a number of records will be revealed and a claim scope of the new invention can be determined. It will also be determined whether the patent application will be rejected during the prosecution of the application, or whether an allowance can be obtained. The inventor will then have a handle on whether the new invention has commercial value and the inventor can decide whether to file a provisional patent application or a utility patent application.

The InventHelp attorneys will prepare and file a patent application and will interview the inventor and discuss the invention and any alternatives and seek to obtain a broad patent protection. Possibly, multiple applications can be filed. Generally, a strategy will be undertaken to further the business interests of the client. Once the patent application is filed, the applicant will obtain “patent pending” and be able to affix that phrase to your product.

About Foreign Patent Protection

An applicant should consider seeking patent protection in other countries depending on the business interests of the client. By filing an international application or applications in selected countries, you can expand the potential market for your invention and overall value of the asset and to prevent competitors from making, using and selling a business abroad outside the United States.

Your United States patent will only protect you against others making, selling, offering for sale, importing, exporting, or using your invention within the borders of the United States. Your United States patent will not enable you to prevent others from making, selling, or using your invention outside of the United States.

Invent Help also can work with other foreign attorneys in order for you to file a foreign patent application to obtain foreign patent protection for your invention to prevent others from using your invention in other countries outside of the United States.

There exist several treaties that will permit an applicant to claim the benefit of an earlier filed United States Patent Application.

How To Patent An Idea And Own The Rights To The Invention

There are people that are really good at coming up with new and fresh ideas, but don’t know the steps to take to get them developed and promoted. If they would take the time to learn how to patent an idea, the rewards could be plentiful. You need to get help for your invention and get your new invention ideas off the ground and let others know you were the first one to think of it. When filing a patent, the first one to act on an idea is usually credited with the patent.

An idea patent will not be granted just on your brainstorm; you must be able to demonstrate how it works. An invention can be an idea as long as it can be made into a tangible product. The process of taking a product from concept to market is filled with obstacles.

Not taking into account the time and resources needed, can lead to frustrations as you try to gain momentum. Make it easier for yourself by getting assistance from professionals that have experience in promoting the patenting ideas of inventors to manufacturing companies.

Submit Your Idea

The United States is the only country that gives credit to the first to invention versus the first to file. When starting out as an inventor, while you are trying to determine if you have something, the biggest risk is someone beating you to the punch.

You have to be able to explain your idea and submit it to the company that knows how to patent an idea. Idea people know what they want in their minds, but it can be difficult to make a presentation to others. You need it to be professional enough to impress corporations, investors, and potential partners.

Shhhhh… Be Discreet

Once you learn how to patent an idea, you may want to share with others that you have applied for a patent with the USPTO. However, be careful and leery with the information you disclose before the priority date has been established. When you patent an idea, do not disclose the invention or information to anyone you don’t completely trust. Avoid working with people who aren’t trustworthy and only share the necessary aspects on a “need to know” basis.

What Can the Inventor Do To Protect an Invention?

Although a patent provides strong legal rights to the inventor, patents are not invincible. They may later be challenged through various legal methods. Obtaining the best and strongest possible patent protection requires effort on the part of an inventor. Fortunately, there are patent agencies, such as Invent Help, that will ensure that. The worth and strength of a patent can be increased by following these guidelines:

1. Keep accurate written and/or photographic records of the development of all inventions from the initial conception of the idea through each stage of development and ultimate commercialization.

2. Have all of your development records witnessed, dated, and signed by two trustworthy individuals who understand the invention.

3. Gather together all technical information, literature, and documentation relevant to the invention, whether or not the information is public, and make an initial determination of the advancement the invention represents.

4. Determine if the invention represents an advancement worth protecting.

5. Do not offer the invention for sale prior to filing a patent application.

6. Do not publish articles describing your invention prior to filing a patent application.

7. Do not publicly use or disclose to others your invention prior to filing a patent application unless the disclosure falls under a confidentiality agreement.

8. If the decision is made to pursue patent protection for the invention, assist your patent attorney in preparing a patent application by providing all the useful information available relating to the invention and any relevant references related to the invention.

9. Actively follow the progress of the patent application and assist your patent attorney by pointing out how your invention differs from, and provides better results than, the prior patents and references which the Patent and Trademark Office may rely on in refusing to grant a patent.

10. Promptly inform your patent agency, like InventHelp, or an attorney of any changes or modifications which are made to the invention.

Has Your Idea Already Been Invented?

The patent search is an important tool in the patent process. Unfortunately, like snow flakes, no two patent searches are alike. For this reason, you will want to know what methods your patent attorney will use to perform his or her patent search and the problems that can result.

Online Electronic Search

The internet now allows patent searches to be performed online. The United States Patent & Trademark Office has a free searchable database at www.uspto.gov. A problem with this site is that the results are text-only and do not show illustrations of the patented inventions. Full patents can be ordered for a fee, as either printable download or can be ordered by mail.

Another online searchable database is Delphion, www.delphion.com. This is a paid subscription service that provides search results, including illustrations, in PDF format. Delphion provides much more powerful search and organization capabilities, but is more cumbersome to use.

The advantage of electronic searches is that you can type in keywords and get your results. The problem is that the online databases only contain the more recent patents. Also, no matter how carefully you have selected your keywords, it is possible that you will miss patents that use different words or phrases to describe the same invention. That is why hiring professionals, such as Invent Help would be wise.

Search At The United States Patent & Trademark Office

The United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) has a large warehouse that stores all of the six-million plus issued United States Patents. This warehouse is open to the public for searching and copying of patents. Patents are organized by classes and subclasses, as determined by the USPTO.

Because of the organization, once you find the right class/subclass, you can essentially search those patents by comparing the illustrations and text to your invention.

The advantage of performing a search at the USPTO is that you can quickly and easily search through large numbers of relevant patents. The problem is that you have to fly out to Washington D.C. to do this. This can be incredibly expensive, depending how far away you live from the capital.

Professional Search Service

The method that InventHelp use for performing a patent search is to hire a professional searcher, stationed in Washington D.C. Professional searchers are not patent attorneys, they merely conduct searches that are requested by an inventor or patent attorney. They perform these searches in the USPTO warehouse. These professionals can find the class/subclass for your invention much faster than you can, and they are much cheaper than a plane ticket to Washington D.C.

These services usually cost a few hundred dollars. Upon receiving the results of the search, your patent attorney can then prepare a “Patentability Opinion”. The “Patentability Opinion” distinguishes the features of your invention from the patents found in the search. From this opinion, you can make an informed decision as to whether to continue with filing a patent application.

Is Your Idea Original?

Inventors often fear that others may steal their ideas, but often, they don’t do the legwork to confirm that their ideas are, in fact, original. If there is a clear problem to be solved, it may be highly likely that it has been thought of before. A visit to your local mall, hardware store, office supply center, etc. may reveal that there are products already in that space as you can read from https://fingerlakes1.com/2021/07/08/team-up-with-inventhelp-to-take-your-career-to-the-next-level/. This is actually to be expected. Think for a minute about a common problem, messy computer cords.

As I sit here in front of my PC, there is a rat’s nest of computer cords unattractively draped behind my desk. I’m well aware that there are a multitude of products that could be a solution. I can visit any computer/electronics store and find several products to address this problem. I can go to Google, Yahoo, or Bing and type in “messy cords” and find products. If I go online and do a patent search, I will find, again, numerous patents filed for various solutions.

Messy cords is an almost universal problem for anyone with a computer or AV equipment, so that there are bound to be many possible solutions and products. At some point in the invention process, the inventor or designer needs to access whether their idea is truly original and worthwhile pursuing.

This is where the urge to be secretive can backfire. They may rush to patent their idea, convinced it is unique, and guided by professionals who want to bill the average $10,000 to $30,000 that it costs to patent a new product, they may not be adequately informed. An expert in the industry would quickly be able to tell them that this product is not unique enough or lacking features that would distinguish it from the competition. You can get help from patent agencies like InventHelp.

A little competitive research does not have to be the death knell for a new product, however, it can actually be the start of further development, creating a product that can be licensed. Once you are aware of what is out in the marketplace, how can you make your product better? Increase the benefits? Make it easier? Faster? Save time or money for the user? Originality is an important quest in product development, make certain that you invest sufficient time and energy in it.

Patents

First off, lets understand that one does not need a patent in order to produce and sell a product. You are free to make and sell a product anywhere in the world, so long as you are not infringing someone else’s patent. A patent allows you to stop other people from copying your device.

In a Utility patent, the claims are the legal definition of the protection provided by a patent. Also, a patent is a public document. Therefore, as soon as the patent issues, anyone can get a copy of it and use it as a blueprint to design around it – and that’s fair game, as described on https://azbigmedia.com/business/why-new-inventors-turn-to-inventhelp-for-support/.

Because the Patent Office is required by law to maintain patent applications in absolute secrecy! Therefore, no one can find out when you filed your application or what it actually relates to – unless you tell them, which you never should.

When you have filed your application and put your product on the market, if someone sees it and thinks they might like to copy it, they will see that it is marked “Patent Pending” and they will think, “Gee, if I go to copy that, I may get lots of money tied up in prototypes, tooling, production, inventory, marketing and distribution and, then, just when I am ready to go on the market with it, their patent might issue and I would have to stop – Maybe I’d better copy something else.”

Now, this protection is immediate – because it takes only the length of time needed for them to go through this mental process and decide they had better copy something else. It is broad – because when they look at your device and try to decide what might be patentable about it, for their own protection, they have to give it a broad interpretation. You could use some help from a patenting agency like Invent Help for this.

Finally, it is cheap – because it costs nothing more that the cost of filing the application and paying for amendments to keep it alive. Furthermore, this protection comes during the critical period when you are trying to get your product on the market and establish a market position.

Beautiful WordPress Themes

To start discussing about WordPress some of you may know some background history on WordPress while others may not be so familiar with what it is. OI will let you know everything you need to know about WordPress and show you the most beautiful WordPress theme of all WordPress themes out right now.

First of all what is WordPress? Well, WordPress is a blogging platform that can be twisted for any type of business. So you can use WordPress for real estate photographers, actors, astrologers, lawyers, film, entertainment, commerce, charity, basically any type of business. The key to finding a beautiful WordPress theme isn’t just the word ‘beautiful’ its basically knowing and understanding a little bit about the development of the theme itself out there. What I have learned by experience over these years on the computer and purchasing themes to try is that the ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’ is really true.

Think about it for a second, you are on the web and you search : Premium beautiful WordPress themes. You go to a site and you may see themes 40 bucks for personal use and 2500 for commercial (which means that you can officially use theme). Then you think, how can this theme be 40,but if i want to use it commercially its 2500 and the same ‘coding’ is inside (meaning its built the same way you just get a small license key). Now I only have 1 word for that and its : ‘FREELANCE’ yes NEVER buy any ‘freelance’ author based WordPress themes. Any market you go to and you see a ‘if you are an author sell your theme’ that tells me that that market place isn’t that professional and that’s why their themes won’t be reliable, too slow, or have other defects. Now what I’ve always recommended is going for a company based team. For example, if you are in Real Estate business then using Easy Agent Pro company to build your website would be the right choice. If you want to learn more about Easy Agent Pro read this detailed review.

A company is licensed most of the time or has enough experience and way more requirements to build you a good produce. Going by the price of how much companies are it can get pretty pricey so this is why I’ve always recommended any theme that’s multipurpose to everyone.

Is Your Invention in Demand

Customer, is the most important. This is where the rubber meets the road. The more you know about your target customer, the better your chances of reaping the rewards that you envision.

Describe who will buy your invention. Do not assume anything about your target customer. Do your research, there are proffesional pattenting agencies like InventHelp to help you in this step. It doesn’t matter if your target customers are individual consumers or businesses. They will buy based on the benefits that they believe they will receive from your invention. Do not assume. The best bet is to go ask them.

Will they buy your invention to save time or to save or make money? Will your invention reduce their risks? Will it improve their image? These are all reasons that customers will buy, but you have to find out. Your customers’ motivation may be totally different than what you think. So ask them.

How do you ask? There is one very simple answer ? it depends. It depends on who your customer is and where they will buy your product. Will they buy your product via retail or wholesale? If retail, is it local, a big box like Wal-Mart or Target or some other type of national chain, such as Advance Auto Parts?

Will they buy it on the Internet or from sales reps? These are just a few of the distribution channels that are available? There are patenting agencies like Invent Help that will help you out. Finding out what your customer wants depends on the distribution channel that works best for both you and them.

Common Challenges in French Translation

As with the translation of other languages, French translation presents unique challenges. If English is your mother language, this is all the more true because of several discrepancies between English and French.

One common challenge in French into English translation is finding a dictionary or other language tool that provides the greatest selection of both French and English words. However, even if you do find one that has the widest and most updated list of words, not all translations are exact.

This is true in the translation of all languages. The reason for this is that each language is rooted in a culture that can never be identical with another. This is why it is said that if a language has no direct equivalent of a foreign word, it is not part of their culture.

Another challenge in French translation is the different forms that words take in this language. A fine example of this fact is the abundance of irregular verbs in the French language. This poses a bigger challenge with the rarity of dictionaries, the most common language learning tool, that record past tense forms of French verbs.

Most of them only have a record of base forms of both regular and irregular verbs of French. As a result, you might be dumbfounded when a certain word used in a French text is nowhere to be found in your dictionary.

French translation is all the more challenging when you advance to translating phrases and sentences. While most dictionaries have a list of French idioms and their meanings, grammatical rules in French are often the source of confusion.

These grammatical rules cover the use of contractions, nouns with gender, accents, relative pronouns, temporal prepositions and other more elements. There is a lot of free literature that provides guides to French grammar. Some of them even delve into other complexities of the French language and challenges in French translation.

Reasons Why Gold IRA Investing Is More Important Than Ever

Since precious metals are such a scarce commodity these days, it only makes sense that you would want to participate in gold IRA investing.

You obviously want to invest in items that have a high demand and are very scarce, and that’s exactly what you get when you put your money into things like gold, silver, platinum and palladium.

Plus it’s nice having the opportunity to put your money in something that historically will continue to rise during even the toughest of economic circumstances.

Gold IRA investing is really important because you need a way to hedge your bets against inflation and to protect your other investments from the harsh realities of a downturn in the economy.

While a lot of your other investments might unfortunately lose money or not really gain in value during tough economic times, you can always count on your gold and precious metal investments to steadily rise while the economy struggles to get back on its feet.

You don’t need to be a victim of poor investment planning if you decide to invest your money wisely and protect your assets by putting a nice chunk of your portfolio into gold right now.

The main thing that you can always count on about gold IRA investing is that when there are adverse conditions taking place throughout your country, and the world for that matter, you will always see the price of gold increase during these difficult times.

How rare is it to have an investment that thrives during adverse political, financial, environmental and economic conditions?

This doesn’t really happen very often, and the only time it happens is with precious metals. So this is a rare opportunity that you really must take advantage of while the need is so great.

Now that you understand how important it is to begin gold IRA investing, are you going to do something about it?