Poor Mans Patent

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Patent attorneys charge between US $7000 and $15 000 to prepare and file a ­patent application. If only there were a cheaper way, a kind of poor man’s patent. But it just doesn’t exist. Some people th…

Provisional patent applications are often touted as the “poor man’s patent”. As described later in the book, provisional patent applications are one of the big mistakes that startup companies make wit…

The Poor Man’s Patent is a Myth October 14, 2011 by Stewart Walsh One of the undying myths of Patent World is that there is such a thing as a Poor Man’s Patent.

Join Dana Robinson for an in-depth discussion in this video Myth of the poor man’s patent, part of Understanding Intellectual Property.

Patent Attorney Video - What is a Poor Man's Patent?Some invention witnessing services charge as little as $10, according to the Poor Man’s Patent website. Most currency exchanges notarize documents for about $1 to $3 per page. The ideal way to protect …

First of all a poor man’s patent is simply, just a postcard you send through the United Postal Service. Just print a copy of the product you designed on it. Address the postcard to your self. Once it comes back stamped by the postal service it is a "Poor Man’s Patent. Risk is the design going out, and maybe not returning. But it is the cheapest way.

One man’s new-car nirvana is another’s eeew … Ford has an application for a patent that features a system to put an end to …

Provisional patent applications have received increasing focus as an integral element of corporate patent filing strategy. Although many patent attorneys reject this strategy, hopeful US-based patente…


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