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HOW TO TURN YOUR IDEA INTO AN INVENTION AND PATENT IT!  CLICK HERE TO READ THE NOVEMBER 14, 2005 IANE Presentation
 

FREE BASIC INFORMATION FOR INVENTORS

The Patent and Trademark Office has FREE booklets and good basic information about inventing and PTO services.  Call (24 hours/day) and you will get a 'menu voice mail' which allows you to order various publications and booklets FREE!!

CALL 1-800-PTO-9199 or visit their web site http://www.uspto.gov

 PTO has a brand new Independent Inventor's web site you don't want to miss!!  Check it out:   NEW PTO INDEPENDENT INVENTOR'S WEB SITE
 
"Don't be Fooled by Wanna-bees!  Deal only with persons Registered to Practice Patent Law!"
 
The USPTO has a roster of registered patent agents and patent attorneys who are licensed by passing a rigorous patent bar exam to practice patent law before the US Patent & Trademark Office. Others who are not registered are forbidden, by law, to file patent applications for clients and to give legal advice in patent matters.
 
 PATENT APPLICATIONS TO BE PUBLISHED AFTER 18 MONTHS Effective 11/29/00
Now, patent applications which were previously not published WILL be published after 18 months (with some exceptions).  What this means is that these applications will be available as PRIOR ART which may impact the patentability of your invention.   If you are working on an invention you may want to consider filing a patent application as soon as possible to minimize the possibility of being denied a patent because of "Surprise Prior Art". For details contact your patent agent or read more at  18 Month Publication
 

Good Information about patents     PATENTS ET AL 

 
 
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