Author: Jack Lander

Inventing Accessories

Not all inventions need a patent or can qualify for one. Sometimes it is best to produce and market. An invention should be considered as an accessory until we conclude that it isn’t. And accessories can ride to market on the coattails of the product they complement.

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Curmudgeon vs. Millennial

Today’s cars may look essentially like those of 60 or 70 years ago. (Who wouldn’t love to own a like-new ’56 Chevy Bel Air today?) But today’s cars are marvels of dependability and safety.

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Start With the Market

Novelty is nice, but an invention that solves a problem is the most important claim.
The world is full of products that aren’t patented. These products are prior art as certain as patents are.

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