Tag: patent search
What Money Do You Spend First
What Money Do You Spend First I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about what the first steps should be for an inventor and what money needs to be spent on initially. Inventing is not easy, and it is not free. Coming up with your idea may be free, but I can’t sell an […]
Why Is Joining a Group so Important
Why Is Joining a Group so Important I’ve been adding on a caveat to all my videos lately about the virtual meetings that are available for everyone to attend. You may be wondering why I take the time to mention this every video- Because there’s immense value in attending meetings that allow you to converse […]
Be Careful of the Attorney You Pick
So how do you pick a patent attorney? Over the past 20 years, I’ve dealt with a significant number of attorneys. I’m even married to one. He’s taught me a great deal about working with them and how to filter out the good ones. First of all, you need a registered patent attorney. Attorneys […]
Wait I really … I really need a Patent?
Filing a patent can be one of the most important aspects of your journey to the marketplace with your invention. As such, I think it’s a good idea to go over some of the basic terms associated with filing a patent on your intellectual property so that you better understand the options. What is intellectual […]
Got an Idea Whats next? Call The Inventor Lady
So You’ve Got an Idea, What’s Next? One of the reasons I recommend joining some type of inventor’s group is because it introduces you
Inventor’s Galaxy Guide
Inventor’s Galaxy Guide We’re going to try and focus on some of the basic early steps in the mind to market process with the next series of videos. So for all of you newbies out there, these are for you. If you find you have additional questions, be sure to visit the Inventor Lady […]
Too Good To Be True
Just Say No to More Saturday classes and 500 page books!
In 2013 the US went from “first to invent” to “first to file”. This change made time a big deal when waiting to file your patent. While I don’t believe you should enter the inventing world light heartedly or without doing some work to learn about the process, remember that time is the enemy now and this is why.
Search Quest Patents independent comprehensive search includes USPTO by classification not keywords searching the WIPO database and completing a product search.
Filing Your Own Patent (Pro Se)
Filing your own patent (Pro Se) is one of the worst mistakes I see as a licensing agent. It will lead to many avoidable problems