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Can I patent it?: A quick-guide flow chart for inventors

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Can I get a patentGot a fantastic invention? Wondering whether or not it’s worth filing a patent application for it? Then definitely don’t pay any attention whatsoever to this flowchart, and go and get some proper advice from somewhere…

Can I get a patent

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Emily Weal 24 January 2014


1 Comment

  1. patentlawepo says:

    The path: “But it’s better than what’s already out there, right?”->Not really->”But it’s cheaper?”->NO, it’s indeed the case for 99% of the patents… With all my respect 😉

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