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1. A Brief Overview of Patent Protection
A Brief Overview of Patent Protection Patent protection is vital to the economic growth and technological advancement of the United States. People who think of new ideas and are capable of creating new inventions deserve to receive credit for their work and that credit includes monetary values. When a new invention is created, the inventor deserves to have the exclusive rights of ownership belonging to that item.&n..
2. A Debate Against Patent Trolling
A Debate Against Patent Trolling As competition is getting tight in technology sector, some companies really know how to make money with the lawsuits. Patent troll gets the benefit of the deficiency in patent system and makes money by suing companies for living. There is actually not one great innovation that today’s technology has invented. The truth is, giant tec..
3. A Quick Guide to Patents
A Quick Guide to Patents In order to protect the rights of an invention or improvement, the inventor should apply for a patent.Patents allow for certain rights to be bestowed upon the inventor or owner of invention, such as the exclusion of others from making, using, or selling the same or similar invention or improvement in the United States. Patents are to be registered with the United States Patent ..
4. Accelerated Examination of Patents
Accelerated Examination of Patents The process of patenting a new idea for a device or process in the United States can be an involved and procedurally difficult task. In order to ensure that the rights of a creator are being properly granted to the patent applicant, the responsible agency, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), examines the newness, functionality, and "non-obvious" relation of t..
5. Amendments and Corrections to a Patent
Amendments and Corrections to a Patent In the process of  registering a patent under United States law, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) presides under the statutory framework provided by the provisions of Article 35 of the United States Code. Those questions which may arise in regard to amending or correcting a patent application or registration may be answered by reference to Chapter 25 o..
6. An Overview of the United States Patent Office
An Overview of the United States Patent Office The United States Patent Office serves under the United States Patents and Trademark Office Background Powers and DutiesOfficers and Employees Director         Appointed by the President.         Responsible for providing leadership and order within the Patent Office.          Responsible for the is..
7. Benefit of open source for business
Benefit of open source for business The open source software is not new thing to the digital age. The permit to use the software and modify its code to be shared in public is what makes the open source software substantial. To some people who still use conventional method of software, these article will take out some of the great advantages in using open source software...
8. Design Patent At A Glance
Design Patent At A Glance A design patentutility patentselementsinappropriate material for design patents for several reasons. The most common reason for a rejected design patent is because a feature of a article was incorrectly identified as a design element, when in fact, it is a functional feature and requires a utility patent. Although some features of an article may qualify as either a design ..
9. How To File a Patent Application
How To File a Patent Application In order to obtain formal patent rights, one must file a patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The patent application will contain descriptive and precise information in regards to the invention or idea that is being filed for patent.  However, the information that is required in a patent application may change in accordance to the type of ..
10. Know the Facts on Patent Law
Know the Facts on Patent Law What is Patent Law?A patent does not refer to a right to practice or use an invention, but rather, the right to exclude others from using, selling, making, offering for sale, or importing the patented invention. Once patented, the underlying invention will be protected from use, sale, production, or importing for the term of the patent, which is typically 20 years from the fili..
11. Learn The Facts of a Patent Application
Learn The Facts of a Patent Application What is a Patent and who issues them?A patent is an exclusive right granted by a state, particularly a national government, to an inventor or assignee, for a limited amount of time in exchange for a public disclosure of an invention or idea. The procedure for issuing patents, the requirements placed on the holder of the patent and the extent to which the exclusivity rights prot..
12. License Agreements
License Agreements License AgreementsA license is a form of an agreement that can be granted by a licensor to a licensee in order for the licensor to authorize use of the licensed product or the material by the licensee. The license allows the licensor to hold the intellectual property rights of the product and to make money off of the product or creative work by charging for product use by the l..
13. List of Top Open source software
Viewing today’s greatest invention: Open source software Open source software has climbed to succeed peak due to the availability for everyone for free. Anyone can use and modify them without afraid of being sued. Open source software such as Linux and WordPress are very simple examples on how source code should be for public use. If you have not grasped anythi..
14. Non Provisional Utility Patent
Non Provisional Utility Patent A non-provisional utility patent was a term created in 1995 to distinguish normal utility patents with the newly-established provisional patents. Unlike provisional patentsWhat is a Utility Patent?A utility patent is a type of patent that protects the useful mechanical, electrical or chemical components and processes of an invention, meaning a utility patent will protect the wa..
15. Open Source
What Is Open Source Licensing?   Open source licensing is a kind of license given for software and other products and it allows that the source code or design can be put to use or altered or modified under the stipulated terms. The user thereby gets permission to review or modify the source code or design for their needs. The open sourced licensed software is mo..

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