Temporary for 12 months, for a product or method and how it works, then decide to convert to a non-provisional utility patent app.READ MORE
Apply to protect how your invention works and its components. 20 years of protection, if approved.READ MORE
Apply to protect the exterior design and shape of your invention for 15 years. Does not protect how the invention works, just the shape.READ MORE
How patentable is my invention? Learn what already exists and invent around them to increase your own invention's patentability.READ MORE
Apply to protect your company or product name, phrase, logo, or slogan.READ MORE
How your business plans to run and make money. To pitch to prospective investors, lenders, partners.READ MORE
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A provisional patent application is a quick and relatively inexpensive way to declare an invention as your own. When you submit a provisional patent application to the United States Patent Office (USPTO), you establish what you have invented as well as a filing date.
A trademark is a word, phrase, slogan, logo, or symbol that represents your product or company. It is an identifier of source, where if someone sees your trademark they will know that the product or service labeled with your trademark is coming from your company and not from somebody else.
You can potentially patent any idea that is novel, non-obvious, and useful. We like to use the term idea instead of invention because many people strictly interpret the word invention as a physical item such as a light bulb. Patents, however, can be obtained to protect many ideas that are not physical objects. In this post, we discuss several types of inventions which has potential to get a patent.
*$65 govt fee assumes you are classified as "micro entity" by USPTO. If you have filed 5 or more non-provisional patent apps in the past, or have an annual income of greater than $169,548, you may be classified as "small entity" or "large entity" which requires $130 or $260 govt fee