A Guide to Patent Applications
Levert guides the novice inventor through the patent maze, demystifying this complicated process and ensuring success at its end. The book takes the reader through every stage, from generating the idea, through writing the specifications, to considering economic issues. For the independent inventor and the small but innovative company, hiring a patent attorney can be too expensive. Armed with Levert's handy book, they will no longer need to.
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A Case History of a Novice
Record KeepingProtecting Your Idea
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