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Patent Law Attorney Directory is your source for finding United States Patent Law Firms and United States Patent Attorneys

who specialize in Patent Law. Patent Attorneys and Patent Agents have a technical background, such as engineering, physics

or biochemistry. Patent Attorneys and Patent Agents are both required to pass the Patent Bar exam which enbables them to

represent clients in front of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Patent Attorneys who have attended law school

and obtained a degree in law must pass a state bar exam in the state in which they intend to practice. Although a law degree

is not required to take the Patent Bar exam, many Patent Attorneys chose to obtain a law degree in order to represent their

clients in all legal aspects regarding patents, including litigation and licensing of patent rights.



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More about Patent Law


A patent is a right, granted by the United States to an inventor, to exclude others from making, using, selling

or importing an invention throughout the United States without the inventor's consent. The inventor may license or

sell the rights defined by the Claims of the patent. There are two types of patents issued by the United States

Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) - utility and design.Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights and Licensing


A utility patent protects the function of an invention. Utility patents are granted for any new, useful and

non-obvious process, machine, manufactured article, composition of matter, or any new and useful improvements

to any of these types of inventions. The term of a utility patent is 20 years from the date of filing.

Utility patents are usually more desirable than design patents.


A design patent protects the overall appearance of an invention and is granted for any new, original and

ornamental design for an article of manufacture. The term of a design patent is 14 years from the date of

issuance. A design patent should only be chosen if the appearance of the invention is important, otherwise utility

patent protection should be sought.


Patenting your invention also allows you to prevent others from making, using or selling your invention

throughout the United States without your consent. A patent is also considered as an asset in financial

accounting and can increase in value over time. Thus, a patent can increase the value of your business

because it is viewed as a valuable asset by banks and potential purchasers of your business.

Your patent may be sold outright to another for monetary remuneration or you may license your patent to

one or more parties for a percentage of revenue. Alternatively, you may be the exclusive manufacturer of

your invention. Whether you are a business or an independent inventor, a patent is a valuable asset and

protects you from unscrupulous individuals who could benefit from your ideas.