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How To File A Provisional Patent Application Video Course

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Uploaded on Apr 11, 2011 http://provisionalpatentvideo.com/ Learn how to patent your inventive idea yourself without an expensive lawyer! The USPTO gives us the Provisional Patent Application for the purpose of...

How To File To Register A Trademark In Under Five Minutes Online!

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Uploaded on Feb 5, 2011 How to file an online trademark application in under 5 minutes. Log on to www.Trademarkia.com now to get started! Video By Spiral Moon Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved / 2011 http://w...

Finding a USPTO Registered Patent Practitioner

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[Time: 1:52] ...you can also see if there have ever been any displenary actions against a registered practitioner [USPTO registered patent attorney or patent agent] by OED (Office of Enrollment and Discipline). You can do this by checking online at the OED reading room page [http://des.uspto.gov/Foia/OEDReadingRoom.jsp].

Oblon Spivak’s Stephen G. Kunin on Patent Trial Appeal Board Transformation & AIA Implementation

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Published on Mar 22, 2012 From PLI's Post Grant USPTO Proceedings 2012 -- The New Patent Litigation Recorded February 3, 2012 http://bit.ly/GJqdJI

Software Patent Debate

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(3:28) Bob Zeidman Opening Argument (For the Motion) (11:43) Edward A. Lee - opening argument (Against the Motioni) >> 175 Audience members voted prior to debate: 60 - For the Motion 89 - Against the Motion 26 - Undecided/didn't vote >> Another polling after the debate of 203 people...

SPAIN PATENT INFORMATION BY ALEJANDRO FALCON

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Uploaded on Sep 22, 2011 HOW TO OBTAIN A PATENT IN SPAIN

Patent Search in 5 Minutes

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"So let's get this started with your first quick 5 minute patent search. This is really simply, but it was only a few weeks ago and I received a message from a UK inventor who had been charged 550 pounds or about 900 dollars by an invention design company based in the UK for a patent search service. It turns out one good Google search and around a 10 seconds time investment from me and I found a similar product at Amazon and Ebay that rendered the invention in its current state totally unpatentable. It was the number one result on the first page of Google. In my opinion a patent search service should have never gone ahead. I don't want you to be that person. So let's get some educating and do some basic research." ShiineEnterprise

How to Submit a Provisional Patent Application Electronically

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Published on Mar 15, 2012 Use at your own risk! My blog post for this video: http://www.simplepatents.com/tutorials/how-to-submit-a-provisional-patent-app... Links US Patent & Trademark Office Submission ...

A Patent Law Update: First-to-File Under the America Invents Act

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Published on Sep 14, 2012 Brought to you by Klarquist Sparkman, LLP, the largest and one of the oldest intellectual property law firms in the Pacific Northwest. For more information visit www.klarquist.com/AIA. K...

Patent Reform: What Should You Be Doing Now? Part II

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Published on Sep 20, 2012 Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione shareholders Allen Baum and Ryan Marshall discuss strategies for taking advantage of the new proceedings and provisions in the U.S. patent system including ...

Part 3 – How to Search Patents by Classification

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Published on Mar 13, 2012 How to search patents by USPTO classification system.  Presented by http://www.patentfile.org

Obviousness of Patent Displaying Local Times – US7069055

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Published on Mar 24, 2012 http://www.google.com/patents/US7069055 There are five requirements that need to be met for a patent to be valid: Subject Matter, Written Description, Utility, Novelty, and Non-obviousnes...

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