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You’re an inventor.

You’ve just come up with the idea of a lifetime, a piece of technology that will change the world.

You’re an engineer.

You’ve created a piece of software that will make you the next Google or Facebook.

Now that you’ve created your product, you’ll be rich, right?

Wrong. If you have an idea like this, you need to keep other inventors and other companies from stealing it and selling it, leaving you with nothing. If you fail to patent your idea, you might lose out entirely, watching as others profit and make their fortunes with your idea.

How To Patent Your Startup Idea is an innovative manual that leads you step by step through the complications of the patent process.

Patenting an invention is not an easy task. The process can take years, and for some people it is prohibitively expensive. There are a thousand non-trivial details that may derail your patent attempt if you don’t know about them. With this book, you can make sure that you have everything you need in order before you begin attempting to patent your invention, or even before you start to invent.

My name is Mike Tung, and I work for the United States Patent Bar, specializing in high technology patent prosecution. That means that my job is to go to court for inventors and companies whose brand new million dollar technologies have been stolen by rivals before they ever got off the ground. I’ve seen this happen hundreds of times, where an inventor failed to protect the idea properly.

When you buy How To Patent Your Startup Idea, you’re getting our commitment to a lifetime of free updates and even more insights. Some selected examples of the insider advice you’ll be getting from every chapter:

CHAPTER 1: COPYRIGHT
-The Difference Between Patent And Copyright
-Difficulties In Filing: Patent Versus Copyright

CHAPTER 2: INTERNATIONAL PATENTS
-First To File Versus First To Invent
-Grace Periods And Rights Granted By Patent
-The Patent Cooperation Treaty And Its Effects

CHAPTER 3: OFFICE ACTIONS
-Filing Errors And Format Changes
-Outright Office Rejections And How To Recover

CHAPTER 4: PATENT AGENTS
-Picking The Right Patent Lawyer
-Reputation, Writing, And Personality: 3 Keys To Success

CHAPTER 5: PATENT APPLICATION
-Prior Art Investigation And Proof Of Novelty
-Independent and Dependent Claims
-How To Draft An Application
-4 Steps To Avoid Costly Delays
-Determining Whether Your Invention Is Patent-Worthy
-3 Essential Criteria For Patent-Ability

CHAPTER 6: PATENT COSTS
-4 Huge Mistakes Patent Filers Make
-Judging The Worth Of Investment

CHAPTER 7: PATENT INFRINGEMENT
-6 Steps To Defend A Patent
-Receiving Damages For Patent Infringement

CHAPTER 8: PATENT LICENSE
-What Is Patent Licensing?: How To Make Money
-Exclusive Versus Non-Exclusive License

CHAPTER 9: PATENT NEWS
-Changes In Patent Wait Times
-Electronic Filing and Funding Cuts

CHAPTER 10: PATENT REJECTION
-2 Main Reasons For Patent Rejection
-Steps To Avoid Failing The Process

CHAPTER 11: PATENT TYPES
-3 Patent Types And How They Apply To You
-Usefulness, Novelty, And Non-Obviousness

CHAPTER 12: PROVISIONAL PATENT
-Provisional Patents Versus Full Patents
-Reducing And Increasing Claims

CHAPTER 13: SOFTWARE PATENTS
-Software Infringement Issues
-Piracy And The High-Tech Sector

What Readers Are Saying…

“I expected this ebook to be a step-by-step guide that I could just use to get a patent – it definitely wasn’t that. However, what it did do was point out the most COMMON mistakes that people with an idea (in other words, me) make, mistakes that in the worst case actually cause people to lose their patent!!Thanks guys!”
- Mark from Bloomington, an amateur mechanical inventor

“I found the guide to be an interesting read for the most part – Mike (the author) is clearly a patent expert who knows the entire process well, so he shares lots of little secrets and tactics that really make a difference.”
- Samir from California, a tech entrepreneur

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