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July 28, 2023
John Rizvi, Esq.

How Does a Patent Attorney Write a Strong Patent?

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How do you protect your idea from being stolen with a patent of course, but is it the text or the drawings of a patent that really protect the idea. Although the invention drawing is an important component of a patent, that drawing just shows one way within which the invention can be made and used. The text or written words of the patent are imperative, because that is where the full scope of the idea is understood. A good patent will secure broad protection on an idea and deter competitors from copying your invention or idea and make it difficult for them to design around the idea without being found to infringe, I draft my patents with concise and clear language, a detailed description that puts the examiner in the proper state to understand the ideas purpose, and importance and broad claim coverage. It is important to ensure the words written in your application, convey the idea that you're trying to protect. There are different interpretations for different words. A successful patent communicates what the invention does to a patent examiner in clear and concise terms, allowing the examiner to quickly understand the idea and distinguish it from the prior art. The detailed description of a patent is the backbone of the application. It describes the invention in a way that allows those skilled in the field to understand the invention. The detailed description also explains how to make and use the invention in the best possible way. The United States Patent and Trademark Office requires a written description of the invention, and of the manner and process of making and using it in such full clear, concise and exact terms, so that it enables any person skilled in the art to which it pertains. In other words, it must be described in detail so that it is obvious that you had the invention at the time the application was submitted, and that you are not claiming more than what you've invented. A bulletproof patent application is also broad and flexible. Although this sounds like it's contradictory. It's necessary in protecting your invention. Just how Goldilocks was not satisfied with porridge that was too hot or too cold. It's important to find a balance of information in your patent application. Don't know where to start, consult with a board certified patent attorney to have a strong bulletproof patent drafted so that no one can infringe your intellectual property. Call 1877 patent professor to schedule a free discovery call so that we can assist you if you liked this video, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe if you want to learn more about patents.

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