Author: Gene Quinn

Going From Idea to Invention

Every patent application starts with an invention, and every invention starts with an idea. Although ideas are not patentable, there will be a point when the idea you are working on comes so into focus with enough detail that it will cross the idea/invention boundary.

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Honeymoon’s Over

Despite promises to the contrary, Iancu hasn’t reined in PTAB abusesUnder the current system, the patent owner has to win every time, and the fight is not over until the patent owner loses.

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The Law and Patent Drawings

U.S. patent law requires a patent applicant to furnish at least one patent drawing (sometimes referred to as a patent illustration) of the invention whenever the invention is capable of illustration by way of a drawing.

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