Filing for a Patent: What You Need to Know (Quick Prep)

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Press: West, Aspatore Books (December 1, 2010)
Publication Date:2010-12
Author Name:Fry, John P.


Filing for a Patent is the next best thing to a one-on-one conference with your attorney. 
Written by a nationally-known and respected intellectual property attorney, this essential reference speaks to you directly about the main aspects of the patent application process, just as though you were a client meeting with your lawyer.
This easy-to-read guide explains the major steps in the process of applying for a patent, including checking the requirements for patentability, conducting a prior art review, preparing the application, and responding to office actions from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Is your invention patentable subject matter? Is it novel and non-obvious? Can you disclose it to someone without fear of losing your rights? What do you do if the USPTO rejects your application? Filing for a Patent can help you answer these questions, as well as direct you in gathering and organizing documents, developing a plan, and protecting your invention, which may be a very valuable personal or corporate asset.
You'll be an informed and educated client after reading this guide, and prepared to discuss pursuing a patent with confidence.
You'll be prepared to work collaboratively with a lawyer to assist you in the preparation of your patent application and to see it through to issuance.
About the Author John P.
Fry is a partner in the Technology and Intellectual Property Litigation Practices at Morris, Manning & Martin LLP.
He practices primarily in the areas of patent, trademark and copyright infringement, unfair competition, and trade secret litigation.
His practice has a secondary emphasis on the strategic acquisition and management of intellectual property, particularly in the international context.
Fry also counsels clients on antitrust issues, particularly regarding antitrust implications of intellectual property enforcement and licensing.


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