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Patent It Yourself by David Pressman
This worldwide bestseller helps you file a patent application in the U.S. -- so thorough, it won't let you forget a step.
How To Make Patent Drawings by Jack Lo
Patent drafters charge $75 to $100 per sheet to prepare drawings -- but you can draw them yourself! How to Make Patent Drawings is an essential guide for inventors who want to complete a crucial step in the patenting process themselves -- creating formal patent drawings that comply with the strict rules of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (and save hundreds or even thousands of dollars). Written by two experts in the patent field, How to Make Patent Drawings,/i> shows you how to: make utility patent drawings make design patent drawings utilize pen and paper, or digital equipment respond to Patent Office Actions regarding drawings Plus, once you've secured a patent with your drawings, you can also use them to market and promote your product to prospective manufacturers and customers. The 6th edition is completely updated to reflect recent changes to patent law and the newest advances in technical drawing. It includes all necessary forms, plus step-by-step instructions for filling them out.
Patent It Yourself by David Pressman
Written by an attorney who has over 30 years' experience in the patent profession, this book walks inventors step by step through the entire process of filing for a patent. Includes all the required forms.
The Inventor S Notebook by Fred E. Grissom
"This illustrated book, created by bestselling Patent Attorney David Pressman and business development consultant Fred Grissom, is specifically designed to help inventors document the key steps in the invention process -- from conceiving, building and testing the invention to protecting, marketing and financing it. The Inventor's Notebook helps inventors organize all the necessary information into one location and prompts them to complete every important step. The finished notebook serves as the foundation for the legal protection of the idea.Includes worksheets, checklists and sample agreements."
Patent It Yourself 13th Ed by David Pressman
Patent It Yourself by John Cousins
I will help you:Protect and monetize your inventions and ideasCreate value for your startupAttract InvestorsCreate a multi-million dollar IP portfolioIn the past decade the patent research, drafting, and filing process has evolved and the tools are now in place that make it feasible for you to perform all the steps and file your own patent. The process hasn't gotten easier but the tools of word processing and the database on the United States Patent and Trademark Office website create an environment that empowers all of us to protect and commercialize our ideas and creativity. This book looks at the patent application process from the standpoint of U.S. patent and filing procedures. You can file your patent for under $500 and the average value of an issued patent is $1 million. This is lucrative work and well worth your time to learn. Drafting a patent application is a surprisingly straight forward process. The hard part is having the idea of an invention. If you have ideas of things you think could be patented you owe it to yourself to read this book and draft an application. Even if you decide not to file it, this knowledge may come in handy for the next big idea you have. Then you will be ready to draft the application and won't be intimidated because you have done it already. You only need two things:* Access to a computer with a word processor. I use Microsoft Word. Apple also has a great word processor. * Access to the internet so you can go to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) website. www.uspto.gov This is where you will perform your prior art search and research patented ideas similar to your invention. This is also where you electronically file your patent application. Achieve more, faster, and reach your full potential. Are you planning on getting a business degree? An MBA? Want a leg up in your classes and coursework?Looking for a way to turbocharge your career and level up? Thinking of changing careers or starting a business? Do you aspire to be a manager? Be an infinite learner. Leaders never stop developing their skills by refining old ones and learning new ones. Are you a new manager or interested in increasing your managerial influence? In any case, the challenges you face come in all shapes and sizes with little regard for your schedule. You need to be prepared. To reach your full potential you need to master new business and personal skills. Packed with practical advice the MBA ASAP series are the primers you need to develop your managerial and leadership skills. You'll find best practices on topics from understanding financial statements and the fundamentals of strategy to negotiation and marketing. The book's brief sections allow you to target the solutions you need quickly, or take a deeper dive if you need more context. This book is designed so you can immediately start implementing the ideas into your work. 100% money back guarantee if you are not satisfied. You can return most items purchased at Amazon Books for a full refund within 30 days of purchase.MBA ASAP is dedicated to educating the world in the ways of business.
United States Design Patent Do It Yourself by Kay H. Chin
How To Make Patent Drawings Yourself by Jack Lo
Even if you hire a patent attorney this book is worth reading, as it can minimize the $200-per-hour consulting time you'll need with your attorney. Entrepreneur MagazineUsing this book, inventors will learn how to complete this crucial step in receiving a patent. Poptronics
How To Make Your Own Patent Drawings And Save Thousands by J. W. Jack Koller
The full cost of filing and receiving a patent can be anywhere from $2,000 to $10,000 depending on what you need to complete the process. For those who have spent their entire lives developing an idea and a patentable process it can be incredibly frustrating to know you have to wait just that much longer to pay for the applications, legal forms, and most of all, the patent drawings necessary to move forward. But, if you have the right tools and the right knowledge of everything the government needs from you in a patent drawing, you can bypass much of what has plagued companies and inventors everywhere for decades. This book has been designed to guide you in the process of developing and producing your own patent drawings in a manner that ensures you can skip over an entire overly expensive step in the process, designing your own drawings and moving that much closer to your patents. You will learn the basics of drawing and using various perspectives to capture real world objects. Learn perspective foreshortening and how to effectively use a pen, ruler, and other drawing instruments. Learn the basics of drawing with a computer and how to use a camera to supplement your drawings. Learn what tools you need for your drawings and how to trace things to speed up the process. Learn how to draw from your imagination and how to draw to scale effectively. You will learn how to use graphical symbols and how to practice enough to get the process correct.
How To Write A Patent Application by Jeffrey G. Sheldon
This benchmark resource takes the guesswork and risk out of preparing patent applications by taking you step by step through the entire process. Equally useful to both veteran and novice patent attorneys, How to Write a Patent Application explains, analyzes, and illustrates all the essential principles and techniques of drafting solid patent applications. Designed to give you complete guidance for every step in the process, How to Write a Patent Application shows you how to: Obtain the information you need from inventors, Prepare information disclosure statements, Explain inventions so judges and juries will be impressed by their value, Write patent applications that survive litigation and licensing negotiations, Satisfy the "best mode" requirement. Prepare U.S. applications for foreign filings.