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Invention Submission


Protecting inventions can be a source of wealth.



Invention submissions protect the vital ideas of a business with patents. If you don't put up the shield of protection, then the vultures will come and gobble up the life blood of your company.


You might ask what inventions and patents have to do with business analysis. An awful lot! You need to analyze what things are going on in your business that should be patented. That is a smaller number than could be patented. You are looking for those ideas and procedures that would damage your business if a competitor were to get hold of them. They are the ones that qualify for being called inventions.


The Invention Submission Process


There are 4 main steps to getting a patent:

  1. Analyze what needs to patented.

  2. Do a patent search.

  3. Write the patent.

  4. Submit and secure patent from government.

Some of these steps required to make your invention submission, you can do yourself. You have to decide if it is worth it.


Pros And Cons Of Making
The Invention Submission Yourself

Pros


  1. You know your business better than anyone, so you will know what ideas and processes are vital. No cost.

  2. There are free facilities for doing patent searches on the internet. No cost.

  3. Write the invention patent yourself. If you are good at writing, you may well be able to write adequate descriptions for your invention. You may even be able to develop drawings. The hard part will be writing claims that will hold up in court. Low or no Cost.

  4. When the patent is finished it must be submitted to the government patent office. There are fees that must be paid with the submittal. Low cost.


Cons


  1. It is often difficult to decide what is patentable without some professional guidance.

  2. The free facilities are often difficult to use. The tools available in a patent attorney's office are more comprehensive. A patent search done in a patent office will likely be more complete. It will also come with an opinion of whether your invention is patentable or not.

  3. You will need to have a good professional approach to have the invention patent appear serious. If the claims are not correctly written they will never hold up in court.

  4. If the government patent office finds a problem with your invention patent submission, they will reject the patent application. There will be a deadline for submitting corrections. If the rejection comes at a bad time and the deadline is not met, then the patent application will be abandoned. Then you must resubmit your invention patent from scratch.


The Links


Steps For Getting A Patent - All the steps for getting a patent and working with a patent invention attorney.


US Patent Search - Find out if your invention idea is really patentable.


Invention Idea Patent - The barriers to getting a successful patent are explored.


Obtaining A Patent In The US - More about the process that protects your invention from the vultures.


How Long Is A Patent Good For - The factors that effect the life of a patent in the USA.


United States Patent And Trademark Office The source.


Summary


It's your idea, your baby. If it is a good idea, then there are those that will be more than happy to steal it from you. If you are going to protect your baby from the world, you must get an invention patent on your idea.


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