The Aba Consumer Guide To Obtaining A Patent by Richard W. GoldsteinThe Aba Consumer Guide To Obtaining A Patent by Richard W. Goldstein

The Aba Consumer Guide To Obtaining A Patent

byRichard W. Goldstein

Paperback | November 7, 2016

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Before you do invest in a patent, it pays to invest a little time, learn about the process, and how the patent system works. Reading this book will help you understand: 1) how to work the patent system to your advantage, and 2) how to work effectively with the patent attorney who will represent you. This book will not teach you all of the detailed rules about patents. Instead, it will give you a framework and an understanding of the resources you will need, so that you can begin to think like a patent lawyer-or better yet, think like an entrepreneur who is "patent savvy."
Richard W. Goldstein is a registered patent attorney and founder of Goldstein Patent Law. Over the past 20+ years, he has represented thousands of entrepreneurs from across the United States, and helped them obtain nearly 2,000 patents. He has educated tens of thousands more about the patent process. In addition to writing about patent...
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Title:The Aba Consumer Guide To Obtaining A PatentFormat:PaperbackDimensions:186 pages, 9.99 × 8 × 0.46 inPublished:November 7, 2016Publisher:American Bar AssociationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1634256077

ISBN - 13:9781634256070

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DIY patenting is a disaster, but money-is-no-object patenting is not much better. Smart entrepreneurs (and smart patent attorneys) know that the more that inventors and entrepreneurs know about the patent system, the better the outcomes for everyone. Rich Goldstein has deep experience helping inventors get the patents they need, and avoiding the ones they do not. If you want to know about patenting, you should read his book. Clear, thorough, but jargon free, it will help you understand the patent system, work effectively with your patent attorney to get good patents, and avoid weak and excessively expensive ones.