This is the complete guide to intellectual property: thinking concepts for discovering it, creating it, protecting it, and profiting from it Whether you're an individual inventor or an innovator inside a small to medium business or large ...
enterprise, you need a deep, business-focused understanding of intellectual property: patents, trademarks, service marks, copyrights, trade secrets, and the entire invention process. In this book, Craig Fellenstein teaches his own critical techniques that have helped him to have over 65 patent applications filed. Drawing on his expertise in mentoring invention and patent teams, Fellenstein introduces best practices for managing the entire process of creating and protecting intellectual property.Coverage includes* How inventors think: a complete case study teaching how to conceptualize ideas for new patentable inventions--causing discovery of new patent ideas * Validating your invention's uniqueness: critical skills, practical search tools, and the principles of "prior art" * Refining and strengthening your inventions * Preparing patents that professional evaluators will view favorably * Multiple submissions: discovering and filing for follow-on patents that flow from your original ideas * Getting a strong patent that will be more likely to withstand any potential challenges after issuance * Establishing effective incentives for the creation of new intellectual property * Harvesting and commercializing inventions: practical lessons for inventors * Using "invention teams" to systematize and accelerate the innovation process * Different ways to protect your intellectual property: patents, trademarks, service marks, trade secrets, and copyrights A(c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.
Number of pages: 256
Date of publication: 23/12/2004
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