11 edition of Patents for Business found in the catalog.
January 30, 2007
by Praeger Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||216|
A patent is a grant of protection for an invention. It's granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) and has a term of 14 to 20 years. Owning a patent gives you the right to . Books shelved as intellectual-property: Free Culture: The Nature and Future of Creativity by Lawrence Lessig, Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in th.
Locally Researched by: Maria Sieron, Baltimore Business Journal , am EDT Purchase CSV Download all 25 Companies for $ This book explains the role of patents in business today, discussing the strategies adopted by corporate decision-makers involved in various aspects of the patent wars with special emphasis placed on the high-tech sector and the patent trading marketplace. The patent trade is big business today, involving billions of dollars in transactions.
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Patents for Business is a practival investment for business managers and other non-patent practitioners to use in the development and management of their companies' patent portfolios. An understanding of the issues presented and explained in the book will enable readers to more fully participate with their patent lawyers in making the decisions Format: Hardcover.
A patent provides an inventor with exclusive rights to the patented process, design, or invention for a certain period of time. For a business, patents are classified as Author: Chizoba Morah.
Small business’s share of patents has declined simply because small business’s share of the economy has fallen. Much data shows that small business accounts for a smaller slice of the private sector now than it did in the s, s, and s.
Consider a few statistics. Reading this book will leave you fully informed about how patents work.” — James Pooley, Former Deputy Director General of WIPO and Manager of the international patent system for the UN DIY patenting is a disaster, but money-is-no-object patenting is not much better.
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Before we trace the evolution of BMPs in the U.S., it is important to appreciate that “business method” is a very broad term that has a variety of different interpretations The term “business method patents” has never been explicitly defined in any country’s patent laws Historically, business methods were considered to be not.
Searching or applying for registration of exclusive rights for an invention, a product or a process. Services and information. Understanding patents.
The types of new or improved innovations that can, and should, be protected by patents. Guide to patents. Patents and patenting procedures, including how to get started with your patent application.
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The Rocky Mountain U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (RMUSPTO) at Stout Street, 14th Floor, Denver CO and the Denver Public Library, Business and Government Documents Section, 10 W. 14th Ave. Parkway, Denver, COhave. (Patents are for other things.) Write your book.
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There are books specifically about how to write for children. Just because you've finished a book doesn't mean it's commercially viable. The short answer is no, says the head of the U.S. patent office, but you can patent specific ways of doing business.
And that, he contends, is a good thing for innovation. Patents legally prevent other companies from using your product, design, or technology without your consent. Although patents can be expensive, short-lived, difficult to prosecute, and limited in geography, venture capital investors still look for patent protection whenever possible.
The book is directed toward individual inventors and small companies with little or no budget for intellectual property or litigation.
Although the book takes an overly-extreme position, Smith suggests the valid argument that the limited resources of a small entity is often better spent on other business development activities. Patent: A patent is a government license that gives the holder exclusive rights to a process, design or new invention for a designated period of time.
Applications for patents are usually handled Author: Will Kenton. A patent is the most expensive and complex type of IP (intellectual property) right. Decide whether you can protect your IP with a copyright, trademark, or service mark, or by keeping it under wraps as a trade secret before you go through the patent process.
If you and your IP professional decide that a patent [ ]. Business and product owners file for a trademark. It protects a name, word, slogan, symbol, design, and/or image identifying a business or brand and distinguishing it.
Understanding Intellectual Property (IP) is essential to starting and growing a business. Your products, technologies, and creative work could be protected by four types of Intellectual Property Author: Art Neill.Get this from a library! Patents for business: the manager's guide to scope, strategy, and due diligence.
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