How much does a patent cost?

How much does a patent cost?

Patenting Costs article: How much does it cost to get a patent? $5-8k total (US Patent issued), depending on what kind (design or utility), how complex, and in which countries patent protection is sought.

Patenting Step 4: Prosecution

Step 4 Patent Prosecution

Patent Prosecution Services are usually one of these three activities: [1] representing a patent application through examination (responding to office actions), [2] appealing an examination decision, or [3] conducting opposition, reissue, or reexamination proceedings.

Design Patenting Step 2: Writing

Step 2 Design Patent Writing

Patent application writing includes filling out all the right forms. However, application writing is mostly focused on two coordinated parts: [1] writing a specification and claims, and [2] creating any drawings needed to apply for a patent.

Patenting Step 2: Writing

Patenting Step 2 Writing

Patent application writing includes filling out all the right forms. However, application writing is mostly focused on two coordinated parts: [1] writing a specification and claims, and [2] creating any drawings needed to apply for a patent.

Patenting Step 1: Search

Step 1 Patent Search

The first step in seeking patent protection is to find out if the invention is patentable. The first step to patenting has two connected parts. A prior art search, and a patentability evaluation.

How to do a Patent Search

How to do a patent (prior art) search.

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 Agent, Gregory Carson.

Patent Agent Legal Services

Patent Agent Legal Services

Patent Agent Legal Services? When it comes to legal rights, in pertinent part, property rights, there are licensed professionals who offer help in exercising or protecting your rights. Lawyers. For patents there are patent practitioners (agent or attorney) to deal with these special rights.