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Learn the steps of how to patent your invention, from initial concept to issued patent. Host and registered patent attorney, Adam L. Diament, J.D., Ph.D., founder and owner of Diament Patent Law, guides you through the complicated process of patenting your invention. This podcast starts from the beginning of what to do when you first have an idea, all the way through the steps that will hopefully lead to an issued patent. Other intellectual property areas will also be covered, such as tradem ...
 
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Generally patents last 20 years from the date of filing, but in some situations they can be extended past this date. Check out this episode to learn about the situations where your patent term can be extended.
 
In this episode I talk about how to conduct a patent examiner interview. I go over how to schedule one, what to do during an interview and what to do after an interview, as well as some patent interview strategies.
 
Sometimes your patent or patent application goes abandoned because you didn't respond to a rejection in time or you didn't pay the right amount fees to the patent office. What should you do? Learn the basics of patent and patent application revivals in this episode.
 
If your patent examiner keeps rejecting your application, what should you do? One option is to appeal to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Learn what an appeal is, and how to do one.
 
In this bonus episode of "Patenting for Inventors," I interview Genein Letford, author, educator, and founder of Alumni360, an entrepreneurship mentoring program for college bound students.
 
There are several options for responding to a Final Office Action. One option is to file a Pre-Appeal Brief Conference Request so that your application is reviewed by additional patent examiners. Learn how to do this, and learn when it is, and when it is not in your interest to file one.
 
There are several options for responding to a final rejection. In this episode learn how to do one of those options, called a Request for Continued Examination.
 
If the claims in your patent application have been rejected twice, you usually will receive a final office action. Don't worry yet! "Final" does not mean final. There are at least eight options you have, and in this episode I present an overview of these eight options.
 
You are only allowed one patent per invention, but sometimes you might get a rejection called a "Double Patenting Rejection." What are these and how do you handle them?
 
Continuation-in-Part applications are useful for when you have some additional features you want to get patent protection for, but you didn't include them in your original patent application.
 
This episode goes over the specific type of continuing application called a continuation application. Use continuation applications to broaden your patent protection from your original application, keep it pending to cover possible future design-arounds, or cover aspects of your invention that you didn't claim in your original application.…
 
Learn what divisional patent applications are and when you should file one. Divisional patent applications are useful when the patent examiner has previously required you to split up your originally filed application because you claimed too many inventions. Instead of losing out on one of your inventions, you can file a divisional patent applic ...…
 
If you are considering filing patent applications related to an application that you already filed, then you might be interested in a continuing patent application. There are different types and you should know the differences. In this episode I do a general overview of the different types of continuing applications: divisionals, continuations, ...…
 
Learn how to respond to an election of species requirement from the patent office. An examiner will not examine your invention if you are claiming too many variations of the same thing. In this episode learn how to respond to such a requirement.
 
Learn what a patent application restriction requirement is. A patent application is only allowed to have one invention, so what are you to do if the examiner says that your patent application actually contains more than one invention. You'll have to file a response to the restriction requirement and in this episode I go through how to do that.…
 
Learn how to amend the patent application specification and the requirements of what to do if you have to do a substitute specification and how to mark up your application with strikethroughs, underlines, and double brackets.
 
In this episode I go through how to amend patent drawings.
 
In this episode I go through the mechanics of how to mark up any claims that you have amended. Know how to properly use underlining, strikethroughs, and double brackets to tell the examiner what exactly has changed and what has remained the same since the last set of claims.
 
When you amend claims, you can't just send a new set of claims to the patent examiner and ask for a reconsideration, you have to identify and mark up your claims in a specific way. In this episode I discuss how to identify claims that have undergone some kind of change from the original claims.
 
In this episode I go through how to respond to obviousness rejections by using secondary considerations. Secondary considerations for non-obviousness include reasons for patentability, including: commercial success, long felt but unsolved need, failure of others, skepticism by experts, praise by others, teaching away, copying by others, synergi ...…
 
If the the Patent Office sends you an rejection based on obviousness, how should you respond? If the combination of previous products still don't have all the the features of your invention, then you might want to consider using the All Limitations/Elements Test in your response. Listen to find out how!…
 
In this episode I introduce obviousness rejection responses. Your application can be rejected for lack of utility, lack of novelty, and obviousness. If the examiner says that your invention is obvious, how are you supposed to respond? This will be the first of likely many episodes of how to respond to these kinds of rejections.…
 
In this episode I go through how to respond to what is called a Section 102, novelty, or anticipation rejection. All of these terms mean that the examiner believes that your invention already exists in the public, so you can't get a patent on it. Is all hope lost? Not necessarily! Listen to this episode to find out how to respond to such a reje ...…
 
In this episode I go over the basics of how to prepare a response to an Office Action, such as the formatting, introduction, and conclusion.
 
In this episode I go over the three general options you have for responding to an Office Action, which are: abandon, amend, or argue.
 
In this episode I go over the basics of how to read an Office Action, and the steps you should take when you receive an Office Action.
 
In this episode I go through what patent objections are, how they differ from patent rejections and I talk about the different types of objections and how to overcome them.
 
In this episode I go over the basics of the different types of patent rejections. The main rejections you will see are called: 101 (subject matter), 102 (anticipation), 103 (obviousness), and 112 (specification and distinctly claiming subject matter) rejections. Learn what they and then in later episodes I'll cover how to handle them.…
 
In this episode I go over the details of paying patent maintenance fees. Your patent will generally last 20 years from your filing date, but you have to pay fees at the 3.5, 7.5 and 11.5 year marks from your date of grant. I go over these details and others in this episode.
 
In this episode I go over what to do when you get a Notice of Allowance and Issue Notification for your patent.
 
In this episode I go over the pros and cons of filing a U.S. or PCT application first. Factors to consider might be what countries you want to file in, costs, information you will get, and whether you have multiple inventions in your application.
 
In this episode I go through to how get patents in non-PCT countries. Most industrialized nations are part of the Patent Cooperation Treaty, so you can use a single PCT application to enter into the national stage application of most countries throughout the world and generally have 30 months to do so from your earliest filed application. But s ...…
 
In this episode I go over the PCT application timelines and deadlines. Most important are the 12 month and 30 month deadlines, but there are also events at 19 and 22 months that you should be aware of as well as some other events that happen at certain times. If you're at all interested in getting patent protection in foreign countries then you ...…
 
In this episode I go through all the details of how to file a PCT (international) patent application at the USPTO Receiving Office. I focus on how to fill out the document called the Request and how to upload your documents to the Patent Office.
 
In this episode I go over some of the main differences between U.S. and PCT (international) applications, including formatting differences, reference number differences, and claim drafting differences. If you want to take your U.S. application and make it ready for PCT filing, then you should know these differences.…
 
In this episode I go over what a PCT (international) patent application is and why you might want to file one. If you are interested in getting patent protection anywhere outside the United States, there's a good chance you'll want to file a PCT application.
 
In this episode I go over what to do after you file your patent application, including how to read the filing receipt, foreign patent licenses, and calendaring deadlines.
 
In this episode I go through how to actually submit your U.S. patent application the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), including how to register as an eFiler, how to upload documents and how to pay for your patent application.
 
In this episode I go over the different ways that you can fast track your application and bump it up to the front of the line at the Patent Office. The ways you can do this include: Prioritized Patent Examination Program (Track One), Accelerated Examination, Patent Prosecution Highway, and Petition to Make Special based on various criteria such ...…
 
In this episode I go through how to prepare the declaration of inventorship. The inventors must declare that they are an inventor of the invention in the patent application. If you don't want to pay a fine or go to jail, then this is a must-listen to episode.
 
In this episode I go through how to the prepare the Application Data Sheet (ADS). This is a form where you enter in lots of information about the application, the inventor, the applicant, priority patent information, and assignees.
 
In this episode I go through how to prepare a power of attorney for a patent application. Although if you are filing and prosecuting your own application, you don't need a patent attorney, you probably should have one if your application has joint inventors. Listen to the details in this episode.
 
In this episode I go through how you might be able to get reduced filing fees and other fees that you have to pay to the Patent Office. There are three entity sizes: Large, Small, and Micro. In this episode I go through how to determine which entity size you are so you can pay reduced fees at the Patent Office.…
 
A patent assignment is a transfer of your patent rights to another party. In this episode I go through the ins and outs of patent assignments, and if and when you might want to file one.
 
In this episode I go through the Information Disclosure Statement (IDS). You have to disclose to the Patent Office all the prior art (references) that you know about that could be material to the patentability of your invention. There's a particular way you have to disclose the information and this episode goes through the commonly used form to ...…
 
In this episode I go through how to prepare a design patent application. I explain how to draft the claims, the description, and how to prepare the drawings. http://www.diamentpatentlaw.com
 
In this episode I go through how to format and assemble a patent application, including page formatting, line numbers, paragraphs numbers, where to put in page breaks, and how to order all the sections of your application.
 
In this episode I go through some other sections of the patent application that most inventors won't have to include, but should at least be aware of their existence. I go through four of these sections, and if your invention requires these sections for the application then you should consult an attorney.…
 
In this episode I go through how to write the section of the patent application called, "The Cross Reference to Related Applications." Not every application has this section, and is this episode I go over the scenario where you might have filed a provisional patent application before filing your non-provisional application. In a future episode ...…
 
In this episode I go through some tips and tricks for writing the section of the patent application called the "Abstract." I go through a real Abstract example to show how the Abstract fulfills the requirements set forth by the Patent Office.
 
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