I would like you to comment on the extent to which one should detail the invention and the design on a provisional versus non provisional, is it better to be specific or very broad or visual non provisional.
I don't know if you do this on purpose Giovanni, like see. I could speak for 45 minutes on this, but I only have 45 seconds. Put, don't cut corners on your provisional patents, guys, if your will if you're going to protect your idea. If your idea is worth protecting, it's worth protecting right? Put all the details in your provisional patent, write it as if it's the real thing. Because the patent office is going to evaluate it like it's the real thing. The only thing a provisional is supposed to is allowed to leave off are the claims, but everything else has to be detailed. It still has to be fully enabling. Don't get scammed by these invention marketing companies that offer to file placeholder provisional patents and then fix them a year down the road. You have to file the provisional the right way.