Inventor's Guide to Successful Patent Applications
This book is designed to be useful to both the do-it-yourself layman and the beginning patent attorney. It covers step-by-step every aspect of filing for and obtaining a patent, including: protecting your valuable ideas; reading a patent; conducting a patent search; filing for and obtaining a patent; and maintaining, enforcing, and transferring your patent rights.
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How to Read a Patent
How to Do a Patent Search
A FourStep Procedure
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