How to Write a Patent Application

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Jeffrey G. Sheldon
Practising Law Institute, Nov 29, 1995 - Law - 1245 pages
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This benchmark resource takes the guesswork and risk out of preparing patent applications by taking you step by step through the entire process. Equally useful to both veteran and novice patent attorneys, How to Write a Patent Application explains, analyzes, and illustrates all the essential principles and techniques of drafting solid patent applications. Designed to give you complete guidance for every step in the process, How to Write a Patent Application shows you how to: Obtain the information you need from inventors, Prepare information disclosure statements, Explain inventions so judges and juries will be impressed by their value, Write patent applications that survive litigation and licensing negotiations, Satisfy the "best mode" requirement. Prepare U.S. applications for foreign filings.

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