Know Davison? They are the biggest and they will send you nice information, for FREE..
So click and fill out the stuff and get the info…
However, I do not suggest ,AT ALL, that you give them a bunch of money to do what YOU can do YOURSELF…

You CAN File a Provisional Patent Application Yourself in as little as 2 hours… YES.. It CAN be done… The U.S. Patent Office made the Provisional Patent Application process just as easy as the 1040 EZ for taxes….. Listen to the video below and if it sounds like you want to patent your invention then do not let the crazy lawyers talk you into putting up $5000 for a retainer to write your provisional patent OR have them do the same with a non-provisional patent. Get your Provisional Patent BEFORE you spend the “big buks” on a non-provisional patent or send big money to guys like Davison above… Trust me, you CAN do this yourself!! Take a look at the video course here: Provisional Video Patent Course Be sure to get the Free Non Disclosure Document on that page if nothing else! It is a very well formatted Mutual Non Disclosure Document that will be welcomed by nearly EVERY business entity! Of course your provisional patent is the ULTIMATE protection with the Patent Pending and the Federal protection afforded by it! Listen to this quick video.. How to file a Provisional Patent The Top 10 Reasons to Get a Provisional Patnet.. Now You have a Provisional Patent What Will you do with it!!? What to do With Your Provisional Patent Take a look at the video course here: Provisional Patent Video Course Take a look at the video course here: Provisional Patent Video Course

If you need to know how to get your product sold on TV or to Costco, or Home Depot, or Target and the like then you might also enjoy reading this information by the Ginsu Knife guy! It is pretty cool. He gives you all his contacts and personal email!

Check out the book below if you want to file your Non-Provisional.. It is a very complete book but the process is MUCH MUCH HARDER than a Provisional Patent Application… I suggest you FIRST do the Provisional.. Make sure you can make MONEY with it.. THEN, see if you can get a partner to pay to have a Patent Attorney file your non-provisional.

So, you have an invention and you want to license your invention??

Licensing an invention is not as hard as you might think. The best sources I have seen are by guys who have done it and written about it. If you like to read books then you might want to pick up One Simple Idea by Stephen Key. For less than $15 you can read this book and get insights on how to license your invention. Watch the video below to meet Stephen Key!

Another guy is the Ginsu Knife guy you may all know and love… The nice thing about him is he gives you his private email and phone number and he will help you out.

You can license your invention to nearly anyone with a product similar to yours or someone in search of a complimentary product.

However BEFORE you contact these folks you MUST protect your invention before you license your invention.

The low cost way to do this is to use the Provisional Patent Application that only costs $125 from the USPTO. You can file this ONLINE and have your acknowledgement within seconds of hitting the “Submit” button. The TRICK is to know exactly HOW to file a Provisional Patent Application. To see how this is done visit the Provisional Patent Video Course and watch the video to see if you resonate with a method of teaching that uses a video format.

If you are a lover of Yahoo Answers and you have posted a question anything about How to File a Provisional Patent then you have likely enjoyed reading the Provisional Patent Answers page. Go there and at least get the free Non Disclosure Agreement, NDA, so you can have anyone you share your inventive idea with execute it to protect yourself. Watch the top 10 reasons to file a provisional patent application! On this page you will also learn a bit of how to do a patent search and using keywords.

How to Patent Your Idea using a Provisional Patent Video Course video format that will show you EXACTLY how you can file a provisional application for patent in a few hours.

Do not worry about the naysayers that insist on blabbing out that “You can not patent an idea”.. Bla Bla Bla.. Yes you can.. but an “idea” has many connotations. The REALITY is you can not patent an “idea” but you can certainly patent your new inventive “idea” that is some cool invention!

I imagine you have an invention in your head that you are wondering if you can patent it. To help you to determine if you can or should I first want to let you know that most patents are simply IMPROVEMENTS on other patents. For example, consider the simple windshield wiper.. Did you know there are over 24,000 patents on the simple windshield wiper and inventive ideas supporting that one simple product.

So, given that there are over 24,000 patents on the simple windshield wiper does’nt it stand to reason that your invention is likely an IMPROVEMENT on some other invention? I am willing to bet that you either think your idea is “better”, “easier to use”, cheaper to make”, “faster” or whatever… When you realize those 24,000 patents on the windshield wiper you will quickly become aware that perhaps you better get to work fast to protect yours.

Other things you may be worried about are about sharing information about your invention with others. The VERY BEST practice you can do is insist that folks sign an NDA before you show them your inventive idea. Here is a Non Disclosure Agreement that you might want to use when you share the invention.

Also, do not rush to pay anyone a bunch of money to do anything for you until you fully understand what they are to do for you. The very first step you should do is to protect your inventive idea and file a Provisional Application for Patent. You can go directly to the USPTO and try to figure out the process or you can use the simple Provisional Patent Video Course to guide you through the process.

Do you know about the Provisional Patent Application? It only costs $125 and was designed by Congress to give individual inventors a chance at bringing their inventive ideas to market easily. It is SUPER EASY to do..

To see the top 10 reasons to file a Provisional Patent Application watch the quick video at the bottom….

If a provisional patent application looks like the right thing for you to file then take a look at theProvisional Patent Video Course website that shows EXACTLY how to file a provisional patent application using a video format.  Also, it is  VERY beneficial to use if you hire an attorney as you will learn EXACTLY what is required and save thousands in Attorney fees!

If you want to know a few ways to get your product sold on TV or to Costco, or Home Depot, or Target and the like then you might also enjoy reading this information by the Ginsu Knife guy! It is pretty cool. He gives you all his contacts and personal email!

Of course you could ALSO just go to the US Patent Office and figure out how to file a patent yourself. The flow chart there is pretty nice to give you an idea how to do what you want to do!

Their patent search is hard to use and you need special programs to look at the patents… Instead, consider using Google Patent Search!

Here is how you can use Google Patent Search to search for a “Bicycle Light

Just type the term you want to search for in the search box. Play with MANY variants of your inventive idea.

Also, for a more global patent search here… EscapeNet:

Remember… Patents are MOSTLY “Improvements” on other inventions.. So, while you may see something SIMILAR to your inventive idea it does not mean that you cannot patent your IMPROVEMENT.. Example… A tire is an IMPROVEMENT on a wagon wheel. A radial biased ply tire is an IMPROVEMENT on a non radial biased tire. There are over 10,000 patents on tires… Nearly every single one is an improvement!

And… a special gift for you is a sample Non Disclosure Agreement (also called an NDA) that you would have folks sign when you show them your inventive idea. I STRONGLY suggest you use this when sharing your idea with others.

For EXTRA credit take a look at getting a free website widget here. DO NOT BUY ANYTHING. Just use the FREE widget thing..  It will allow you to put adverts to eBooks on nearly ANY subject. If you had a store that sells horse blankets then you would include a widget that featured an eBook on how to stop horses from biting! You get 50% of whatever book folks buy. Pretty nice!

Thanks,

Dave Korpi

dave.korpi@gmail.com

831-455-0418 Pacific Time

Innovation and the Patent System

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Many people have great ideas, but finding the right information about taking the next steps and turning your ideas into reality isn’t always easy. Written by a team of leading inventors and legal experts, this book guides you through every aspect of developing your inventive ideas. From protecting your invention and product development to finding investment and selling your product into the marketplace, Inventing For Dummies is the easiest way to get your great ideas off the ground and start your business. Buy Inventing For Dummies: UK Edition on Waterstones.com: bit.ly

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In this short clip from our Annual Law and Development Training Programme Graham Dutfield from the University of Leeds talks about intellectual property and public health. In this excerpt he discusses India’s patent laws concerning pharmaceuticals, and how the situation has changed in light of the TRIPS agreement. For more information about our Annual Law and Development Training Programme please visit our website at a4id.org

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