How to Patent an Item?


Patenting an item entails first filing an application at the Patent Office, giving a full description of the invention with drawings. Secondly, submit claims within 12 months of application, defining the invention so that the patent office and a court can establish the scope of the monopoly sought. Next, submit a request for preliminary examination and search, and the official fee, after which a report will be made about the item, the application will be published and a patent is then granted.
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How to Patent an Item
When you apply for a patent, you are applying to make yourself the sole manufacturer or distributor of a product for a certain number of years, which vary depending on the type of patent you are applying for. You can receive either a utility patent,... More »
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Search one of the United States Patent and Trademark Office's (USPTO) Patent and Trademark Depository Libraries to find out if a patent for your invention already exists. You may
As User wrote, almost every item you use has most likely been patented in the past or it is covered by patents; examples include: razor blades, cell phones, DVD players, your DVR
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