Hi, I'm John Rizvi, the patent professor when I was growing up in Topeka, Kansas, or elementary school would have a race called the egg and spoon. The object is to balance an egg on a spoon all the while racing to the finish line. The first to get to the finish line without dropping the egg one. The trick is to go fast enough to get to the finish line first, but slow and careful enough so that the egg doesn't drop along the way. go too fast. And you would drop the egg and get disqualified. go too slow, and someone else might get to the finish line first. Getting a patent is a lot like the egg and spoon race. On the one hand patenting is all about being first, the first person to file a patent owns the idea crossed the finish line second, and you get nothing. There are no second or third prizes and patents. Although getting your patent in at the patent office before anyone else is critical. It does not do you any good if your application is not done right. That would be like getting to the finish line in the egg and spoon. But dropping the egg along the way. The standards for an acceptable patent are extremely strict. The drawings and text have to meet very specific guidelines. Every claim feature of your invention has to be supported by the application or the filing is worthless. Now there are a lot of scams out there offering to file patents for you fast. These guys focus on speed only, and lure you in with bargain basement pricing. filing a patent first only helps an inventor if it is done right. Otherwise, your filing is void. You get disqualified and the patent gets awarded to someone else. Kind of like getting to the finish line of the egg and spoon race first, but dropping the egg along the way. Although getting a patent is a difficult task, you don't have to do it alone. I work side by side with inventors to make sure that your patent is as strong as possible. As the inventor, you bring the idea and knowledge about your solution. I bring 20 years of focused expertise in getting patents granted. Let me the patent professor, make patenting easy for you.
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