When they were still in the mothers whom, and she took a fall.
The time someone has been asked to be a Supervisor is not tracked, so there is no way of knowing.
Depending upon which rules you mean, they could be denied a patent application, have their issued patent voided, have patented claims cancelled, be prohibited from extending their patent application to other countries, and so forth. If you refer to someone other than a patentee, failing to "follow the rules" might prevent someone from obtaining a patent on their own device, or find themselves infringing someone else's patent.
A patent liscense agreement is used to prevent someone else from producing the product you have produced (if you have a patent liscense agreement).
Yes, but as soon as the patent is granted, you can no longer use the idea.
the shortest geologic time interval is a period.
ancient Greece lasted the shortest time
Carlos Pena is the shortest.
William Henry Harrison served as president for the shortest time?
Someone can steal your idea, and patent it.
An issued patent gives the patent holder the right to sue an infringer (either someone who affirmatively copied the invention or even someone who innocently constructed the claimed invention without knowledge of the patent) for damages (money) and an injunction (to stop infringing activity).
If someone has invented something that they wish to patent, they will need to apply for a patent at the nearest patent office and provide details of the invention, preferably take the invention with them.