Patent Filing

Patent Filing Online Web Features and Benefits

Patent Filing Online: Web Features and Benefits

Patent filing is an important step to protect one’s idea or invention by stopping others from using it. Patent filing online of the USPTO also known as EFS (Electronic Filing System) is an online method to file patents. Also, the electronic Filing System is a web-dependent system for submitting patent applications and documents electronically. So, …

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Patent Application Filing

Patent Application Filing – The Right Way To Proceed

Patent application filing is the very first step you take for getting patent protection for your invention. It requires you to file a patent application along with invention specifications. So, this invention specification comprises of claims, description about the invention- it’s working, parts, utility, etc. Also, you can attach drawings wherever necessary, since, drawings/illustrations help …

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Patent Status: How to Know

Patent status determines that whether your patent application is in pending status or the application has got the patent grant. Moreover, checking the status of your application is easy through the United States Patent Office and Trademark Office (USTPO) system. Also, patents for inventions under review by the USPTO carry a patent-pending status until the USPTO grants a patent. Further, the …

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Patent Filing Timeline_How Long Does it Take to Get a Patent

Patent Filing Timeline: How Long Does it Take to Get a Patent?

When you’re deciding if you should file a patent, then it is good to know the patent filing timeline. You must understand the duration of the process so that you can prepare yourself for the upcoming months. Generally, it takes about 22 months for getting patent approval with the USPTO. So, the whole patent registration …

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