While inventors can have great ideas and know everything about their inventions, they often don’t know how to go about protecting those inventions. They try to get patents to protect their intellectual property but make avoidable mistakes and spend unnecessary money— and sometimes invest their life savings in inventions that are not patentable or lose their intellectual property to invention scamming companies.
For people who need help navigating the patent office, All About Inventing Everything You Need To Know About Patents From a Former USPTO Patent Examiner & Patent Attorney is invaluable.Andrea Hence Evans, former patent examiner at the USPTO and current patent attorney, has written this book to explain different types of patents, patent prosecution, how to avoid and correct rejections, and more! This book will help you understand your options to protect your invention and help you navigate your patent application through the USPTO.
Protecting your trademark is critical. Often business owners do not register trademarks federally at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) because they are unsure of how to do so or because they do not understand the benefits of registering. It is more costly to not register- you may be required to change the name and destroy all goods, pay damages and pay your profits if it is determined that you are infringing on someone else’s trademark.
In All About Trademarks: Everything You Need to Know About Trademarks from a Former USPTO Trademark Examining Attorney, Andrea Hence Evans, Esq. uses her extensive experience and expertise in trademark law to provide you with the tools you need to understand how to protect your trademark at the USPTO and how to avoid making common mistakes. This book is sure to help anyone looking to register their trademark and to help readers to understand how to navigate a trademark application successfully through the USPTO process.