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There is No Such Thing as a Provisional Patent

from IPWatchdog

From Oct. 26: Gene Quinn, a patent attorney and editor and founder of IPWatchdog.com, writes: "Whenever I speak with inventors, I am inevitably asked about the benefit of filing a provisional patent application. I am a fan of provisional applications and do encourage independent inventors and small businesses to start with a provisional patent application. There is no downside to a provisional patent application, only benefits, provided the application filed actually (and adequately) describes the invention. Notwithstanding, it is critically important to understand what a provisional patent application is, and perhaps most importantly what a provisional patent application is not. And first things first: There is no such thing as a provisional patent." more


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