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Five patent tips for start-up companies

If you have a creative idea or invention, or you are interested in starting a company that has technology you want to protect, the first thing you do is contact a patent attorney and file a patent application. You believe that you have protected your invention, so you're set, right? Not necessarily.

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At least some analysis needs to be done to support broad claims of a patent. You can never start too early on such work. Furthermore, brainstorming new and creative supplements to your invention can bring great value to your ultimate goal or generate additional revenues. Such brainstorming sessions can be facilitated by an attorney.

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For example, acquiring a foreign patent may be an expensive up-front cost; but litigating such a patent may be very inexpensive. Conversely, acquiring a U.S. patent may be inexpensive, but the costs to litigate the patent are typically enormous, costing millions of dollars.

In addition, you will need to select the proper attorney. You need someone who h......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Steven Weinstock 03/30/05


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