Category: Patent Learning

Test of Obviousness in Invention Patents

August 26, 2022
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Walker Weitzel
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Invention Patents are granted based on three main requirements: Novelty Usefulness Obviousness  To fulfill the eligibility criteria for types of patent invention claims, the invention must be new, provide usefulness, and must be non-obviousness to both a person of ordinary skill or an industry expert. While the above-mentioned requirements may seem clear, it is not […]

      First to File Rule for Invention Patent Applications

      August 26, 2022
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      Walker Weitzel
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      The United States Patent Law has applied the first-to-invent patent system for many years. It allows patent inventors to file patent claims based on who invented the patent first, not on who filed for it earlier. In September 2011, a new patent reform bill, AIA (America Invents Act) was signed, changing the patent system to […]

          Agreements In Patent Assignments

          August 26, 2022
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          Walker Weitzel
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          Patent owners can get monetary benefits from their patented products or technology in two ways: Selling the license of the patent with a pre-agreed contract that gives the licensee the rights to sell, make or use the invention in exchange for a fee or royalty payments Assign the rights of the patent to another party […]

              Infringement Of A Patent Trademark In Warranty Titles

              August 26, 2022
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              Walker Weitzel
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              (UCC 2-312) lays out the law for infringement against warranty of title and the buyer’s obligation in infringement cases. It states: The title conveyed shall be good, and its transfer rightful The goods shall be delivered free from any security interest or other lien or encumbrance of which the buyer at the time of contracting […]

                  Patent Process Claim For Machine And Transformation In Patent Law

                  August 26, 2022
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                  Walker Weitzel
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                  The 35 Section101 of US Patent Law has clearly defined the requirements for patent inventions eligible for patent law. It states, “Whoever invents or discovers any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof, may obtain a patent, therefore, subject to the conditions and requirements of […]

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