An inventor’s notebook or inventor’s journal is a log book used to track the progress of an invention, along with any new ideas that may arise in the process. If properly kept and organized, this can be an important piece of documentation when supporting a legal claim to the inventions described therein.Read More Maintain a successful Inventor’s Notebook
When it comes to patents, in simple terms, reduction to practice is making the invention. In other words, it is reducing the invention into a tangible form or taking the invention from thoughts and making it so that it can be used.Read More What is Reduction to Practice?
It is possible to conduct independent legal research and find accurate information on whatever your topic may be. This article contains a step-by-step guide that is aimed to help you conduct this research in a manner that is efficient, organized, and correct.Read More How to do independent legal research
Getting help searching, writing, filing, and prosecuting a patent application for your invention without cost, or for free is possible. There are Pro Bono and Pro Se free patent services available to help to seek patent protection your invention.Read More Finding Free Patent Services
Patenting software, is the same as patenting anything else, and, it can all be done online from the comfort of your home or workshop. The complex nature of the requirements means you might want professional help.Read More Patenting Software
The basics on how to start and conduct a prior art or patent search to find out if an invention is novel and non-obvious. By Carson Patents, USPTO Registered Patent Attorney, Gregory Carson.Read More How to do a Patent Search