20 Questions to Ask If You Have a Great Idea Or Invention
Eureka! You just came up with a brilliant invention. Now what? Wouldn't it be great if an experienced patent lawyer answered the basic questions that nearly every novice inventor has? Here are just a few: * Do I need to build my invention and see if it's practical? * Should I engage an invention promotion company? * How do I start a business based on my invention? * Would it be better to license my patent rights to a company? * How do I get a patent, how long will it take, and how much will it cost? * How much money can I expect to make if I get a patent? 20 Questions to Ask If You Have a Great Idea or Invention is written in a straighforward style, without legalese. Crucial information is provided to insure that you don't lose the rights to your potentially valuable invention, including time limits for seeking a patent, steps to preserving evidence of your priority, and safeguards for disclosing your inventions to third parties.
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