When real estate is purchased it is the deed that confers ownership to the respective buyer. A patent is the legal vehicle that confers ownership on an idea, or invention. It delineates enumerated claims that are granted to the inventor by the federal government. This takes place through under the wing of the United States Patent And Trademark Office.
The standard criteria for determining whether patent rights should be granted is that the invention under consideration has to be non-obvious to “someone skilled in the art.” In other words it has to considered unique. What constitutes patentable subject matter changes with new developments in technology. For example, during the 1980s it was determined that DNA and gene sequences could be patented. This ruling was decreed by the United States Supreme Court.
You may want to consider how to Provision Patent a new idea invention. Provisional Patents are used to protect ideas so that they can be developed and promoted to industry. United Patent Research reviews many different categories of inventions and ideas. United Patent Research President and industry veteran, Patrick Ralston, uses his expertise of patenting, product promotion and licensing engagements to guide United Patent Research clients through the minefield of negotiating royalty payment contracts with other corporations. Ralston also provides networking services to increase United Patent Research clients’ visibility. This includes attending trade shows and industrial expositions that draw the attention of global manufacturers and industrialists.
Further information about tradeshow attendance, obtaining a free inventor’s kit, the importance of securing patent protection and how to get Provisional Patent help are available on the United Patent Research website at www.unitedpatentresearch.com.