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What is a patent?

There is a common misconception that a patent is "A government grant that gives the holder exclusive rights to a process, design, plant or new invention for a designated perio (MORE)

How do you get a patent?

Contact a patent practitioner (patent agent or patent attorney) for assistance. The United States Patent and Trademark Office has lists and addresses of patent practitioners i (MORE)

How do you patent?

First you must light the candle created from the wax of a demon. Then you recite the ancient summoning call. It can't be written down so I'll write it backwards, "Obba dooba w (MORE)

What can be patented?

A new and useful process, machine, article of manufacture, orcomposition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof; anew, original, and ornamental design for an art (MORE)

How do you get a patent or patents?

First step, you should do the patentability search for your invention. You can take help from Patent Agent/Patent Attorney for conducting patentability search. After that, th (MORE)

What are patents?

A patent is a right, conferred by a government, to the exclusive right to the use of an invention. It lasts for a limited period of time, during which anyone who wants to use (MORE)

Why do you get a patent?

A patent grants the holder the right to exclude others from making,using, selling, offering for sale, or importing the patentedinvention for the term of the patent. Patents ca (MORE)

Why do you patent?

In today's era patents are very useful. It relates with theperson/agency who does not manufacture the product but deals inselling the products (which can also be called as a d (MORE)

Who patented patent leather?

Patent leather (leather with a high gloss finish) was developed in Belgium c1790. The first patent was by Englishman Edmund Prior in 1799 for his developments in painting and (MORE)