What is patent docketing?

Answer The United States Patent Office uses terms that can mean different things in different contexts. The term "patent docketing" is one such term. In general, it means putting a patent application on t... Read More »

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What is the difference between patent attorneys and patent agents?

Patent attorneys and patent agents both help inventors process patent applications, but only attorneys can represent inventors in litigation or legal transactions.The Role of Patent AttorneysAttorn... Read More »

How to Get a Patent on the Improvement of an Existing Patent?

Perhaps you've written additional code that works with an existing software program. Or you've added a feature to a kitchen tool, such as attaching a magnet to a cooking mitt. Regardless of what im... Read More »

Do patent agents need to be admitted to the patent bar?

Patent agents must be admitted to the patent bar in order to represent inventors. They are required by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to pass an exam showing they have necessary legal, scient... Read More »

How is a patent done?

To gain the exclusive ownership rights of your inventions for new and useful articles, machines, processes or substances you have invented, contact the United States Patent and Trademark Office (US... Read More »