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Jackie Hutter 02.27.09 at 5:27 pm

Your advice is absolutely correct, and I spent many years giving the same advice to big companies and small inventors alike. Now that I am an IP Strategist (and “Recovering Patent Attorney”), I still will give this advice, but only after finding out the business objectives of my clients. If someones expects their product will only sell for a short time, or they need the money from sales today to stay in business, making sure they have “dotted the i’s and crossed the t’s” on their patent protection might not be the best course of action. For me, the key is to find out what my client’s business needs and goals are, and recommend cost appropriate patent legal representation from patent prosecution professionals such as you.

Hopefully, this comment does not seem critical to patent prosecution folks. This is not the intention. And, certainly, caution through restraint from selling or publishing is the best advice for significant number of inventors. However, many folks who start down the patenting path become disappointed when they obtain an expensive patent and but nonetheless do not become rich. As an IP Strategist, my role is to provide inventors with a business reality check to ensure that they are obtaining patent protection for the right reasons.

Keep up the good work on your blog–this advice is critically needed by those seeking to live their dreams by seeing their product and technology ideas come to market.

Clifford D. Hyra 03.02.09 at 7:14 pm

Thanks, Jackie. Certainly, it is not optimal to patent every innovation. However, unless a business has made the (probably unwise) strategic decision never to patent its inventions, it needs at least to preserve its patent rights until it can decide whether a patent will be pursued. Too many businesses, especially smaller businesses, run into problems simply because they are not aware of the issues or do not have simple procedures in place to manage them.

But, your point is well taken. Intellectual property rights counseling and strategic development are important parts of my practice. Patent protection should be pursued when it fits into and furthers your overall business plan.

Vinesh bhargava 12.24.09 at 2:42 am

By copyright we can challeng patent.If someone write his invention and copyright.For marketing litrature very necessary.If anybody write same discription means copyright infringement.Then tell me why copyright not as strong as patent

Clifford D. Hyra 01.07.10 at 8:47 pm

Vinesh,

I am not certain that I understood your question properly, so please let me know if I have not answered it. Copyrights are not necessarily “stronger” or “weaker” than patents, they are just very different. Copyrights only protect against someone copying and distributing your text (or other creative work) or adapting it or making a derivative work with it. Copyrights do not protect actual products or processes. Patents do. Copyrighting your patent application will not stop anyone from making and selling your invention. A patent does.

Thomas Carter 02.05.10 at 3:26 pm

I have an invention that I believe is patentable. I have shown the invention to equipment builders in order to get more information on it’s commercialization. I gave drawings to these builders (7) months ago and I am now going to get the invention patent underway with a provisional application. My question is what would happen if one of those manufacturers showed the invention to a competitor and they have filed a provisional before I have. Does my protection of one year go back (7) months?

Clifford D. Hyra 02.09.10 at 5:30 am

Thomas,

In the U.S., we have a “first to invent” standard, not “first to file”. If you have been working on your invention during the 7 month period, you may be able to prove earlier inventorship and obtain a patent even if someone else filed first. Furthermore, if the person filing did not invent the subject matter of their application, but rather stole it from you, they are not entitled to a patent.

Vinesh Bhargava 03.22.10 at 2:35 am

Sir,
My clear question was that I am inventor i made product and which working at my home during that time when i invented Product database in Nif,Ciie,and in the record of high officials in india and i also was submitted many international organizations who works in social sector.My target is upto All rights reserved i.e Copyright And i registered the discription of this product in copyright registration as strong evidence.If someone start marketing this product anywhere he give litrature,anywhere he go to interduced product he give litrature or by mail or by film he certainly infrienge my copyright.Even he go for loan in bank or for registration for ISO or he go for advertisment.I hopeful nobody do such practice with my product’s litrature .Hence tell me what the need of patent on my product ?

Clifford D. Hyra 03.22.10 at 4:28 am

Vinesh,

If I understand you correctly, you have registered your copyright to a description of your invention. Copyright registration offers you no protection against someone making, selling, or describing your product, so long as they do not use the same words you did. It is not possible to copyright an idea or facts, only your particular expression. You cannot prevent a person from describing their product using copyright.

I am not an expert in international law, however my understanding is that this holds true in most if not all countries.

Vinesh Bhargava 03.22.10 at 8:46 am

Sir,in my knowledge is that little bit copy of music,little bit copy of story,language change if any story or literature written in english writer or author i can not translate in hindi .Similarly the process for example in milk add sugar or in sugar added in milk or in hindi dud ma chini dalna nothing difference.Thanks.This is big debate inventor is for his invention and inventions are first for to change social status ,second to save earth,third for betterment of the lives of poor.I familar with the people who have patent zero gain while the innovations are very valuable.After 20years that comes in public domain.All world suffered due to patent 20years.I am happy if my inventions comes in the use of comman people which related with house cooling,food suppliment,eco friendly manure,waste heat utilization,waste land utilization(poverty elemination from whole world),road made of coconut coir etc.Safe storage of food grains nif not considered this innovation of my daughter Noval.No problem people copied this also.

Clifford D. Hyra 03.29.10 at 3:25 pm

Vinesh,

You are right that copyright protects against derivatives and adaptations of a copyrighted work, such as translation or adaptation from a novel to a screen play, etc. However, as I mentioned it does not protect the underlying ideas in the work. Copyright certainly does not protect your invention from being made or sold.

Patents do give you the right to exclude others from making or selling your invention for a period of 20 years, however they do not require you to do so. You can license your patent for free or simply choose not to enforce it. That said, if you want other people to be able to have and use your invention and do not want to be able to stop them, there is not much point in getting a patent.

Vinesh Bhargava 03.29.10 at 4:19 pm

Sir,
1 copyright international law while patent law haven’t similar 2 my Qus. was that i did invention and write on the paper its litrature in english or in hindi i did first in the world.Acording to your answer if my product i not have patent means anybody can make it okay if want to sale from where he write the discription.If he write the discription this will be my literatur’s infriengement or not.Because according to copyright nobody can copy,translation,photocopying.Then how industralist,shopkeeper,buisness man,without litrature how he discribe this in advertisment,for loaning he from bank person submitted product or the litrature of product.How the person discribe in public ,how he could do mail.

Clifford D. Hyra 03.30.10 at 5:01 pm

Vinesh,

International copyright protection is a complicated topic that would require several blog posts to reasonably address. However, in general it is easier to get copyright protection in multiple countries than patent protection.

Copyright, at least under U.S. law, cannot stop someone from describing their product. In the U.S., both access to the allegedly infringed work and substantial similarity are required for a finding of copyright infringement. That means that if a person has not seen the copyrighted description, but simply makes their own description from scratch based on the product, it cannot possibly infringe a copyright, regardless of any similarity to an earlier description of the product.

Furthermore, copyright cannot stop someone from describing a product, it can only stop them from using substantially similar words to the copyright owner. To the extent that certain words have to be used to describe a product, those words cannot be protected by copyright. Ideas are not protected, so if there is only one way to express an idea, that expression cannot be protected either. Copyright simply cannot be used to prevent someone from discussing a certain topic. It is only the unique way in which your ideas are presented that can be protected.

Vinesh Bhargava 03.31.10 at 2:39 am

Sir,
Through copyright i can protect my product or technique .Patent is complecated matter due to most complicated methods.My product is ready and discription of these innovations avilable for whole world.First i made , first i wrote and first i submitted to the govt.agencies in my country and international organizations.I am innovator my matters not patented which comes in the Ministry of commerce and industry,My matters copyrighted made product write or think and copyright idea this comes in India in Ministry of human resources.If someone can change in litrature in the machine or technology means what i not able Sir Einestiens most popular equation E=mc2 not patented,Indian Scientist JC BOSE who proved lives in plants not patented that itself copied nobody in the world tried to claim this or tried to change these..I in the last discribe what was the need that i prefer copyright inspite patent.And i tried to send my matters to you .Thanks

Ashok Khatri 04.11.10 at 9:54 am

Respectd sir/ madam
Have a good day.
I have read the discussion between Vinesh & Clford D Hyra. Actually I don’t know more about copyright act or patient act, but it comes in above that, after copyright, same discriptions or same diagrammes cannot be used, but what about ideas ? As Hyra sir replied, we cannot ban ideas and acts of others merely with a coqy right.
Vinesh wants to dedicte his innovation for public welfare, in his own country,
IT IS BRAVÖ
May ALMIGHTY GOD BLESS YOU
& show the path of progress and humanity.
With regards!

Ashok Khatri 04.11.10 at 11:08 am

Vinesh should to continue in his efforts.

Vinesh Bhargava 04.16.10 at 4:45 pm

Certainly number of inventor/ people don’t aware about patent/copyright,result is that inventor not get good response for his invention. Science fair put inventor’s invention in public domain or they depend upon such kind of agencies which are not trustful and tru. Whatever happens with my inventions this is very bad experiences of my life.Rupees wasted on the advertisment written on the walls change water of your desert cooler once a week but nobody care about that kind of cooler where no water collected.I invite all people who intrested please come and see my inventions the description of these inventions copyrighted.Thanks a lot to Sir Cliford D Hyra.you give us opportunity to write comments .

Vinesh Bhargava 05.16.10 at 1:15 am

A good debate going nn between me and you sir.O.K my matters/inventions are copyright and if in this manner if inventor get sucess the life of invention become Life +70yrs i can say invention and in term of law ORIGINAL WORK WHICH IS IN LITERATURY FORM (nobody in the whole world try to copy or marketing my products even some people added and consumed arjun and amla as regular food suppliment but not commercial use and i did request to goverment please make law that procedure to consume arjun and amla as regular food suppliment by followed my copyright which registered in the copyright office one day it will become law similar to iodine salt this is my aim for the better health of the people of world) .I try to cool the world with cheap and best cooling system but the system behind this system not helped me,which is very necessary .Thanks

Ashok Khatri 05.17.10 at 2:25 am

Definetly,
I agree with Vinesh. I alsö appreciate his efförts & ideas. I have been inspired by his articles. He suggested about copywrite & invites us to see his work. We must accept his invitatiön.
Thanks a löt Vinesh. Wish yøu a great SUCCESS!

Vinesh Bhargava 07.05.10 at 4:27 pm

Thanks.Ashok khatri ji,
i would like to write about U.S.
In U.S.only in U.S a grace period of copyright given one year for to apply patent i not understand why?
I would like to explain more by giving example-A is the person who invented New system of cooler and after apply patent advocate suggest him go for copyright.I say O.K(i know to do invention IPR the matter of LAWYER AND inventor father sale agriculture land GIVE MONEY-IN EVERY STEP GIVE MONEY to the lawyer)B-a person after my invention (copyright in 2007)file patent in 2009 and qrant patent .I challenged patent rejected what i get?While i was inventor.Pl. Sir Cliford D.Hyra my request give repply. Sir my inventions for whole world.I highly thankful to Sir Cliford .D.Hyra who provide blog and Sh Ashok khatri who is the second person after Sir Cliford.D.Hyra who give comments.

Clifford D. Hyra 07.07.10 at 6:24 pm

Vinesh,

The grace period is for the inventor. If you invented something and published it, then within a year someone else applied for a patent for that invention, they would not get the benefit of the grace period and their application would be refused on the basis of your publication. In any case, they would not be entitled to the patent since they would not be the inventor.

Vinesh Bhargava 07.11.10 at 3:56 pm

Thankyou sir for answer.

Tim Bausch 11.30.10 at 1:14 pm

I have a concept that I believe will sell commercially. The product would be cheaper for me to manufacture for profit than to take the utility and possible design patent route. Does the provisional patent allow me to manufacture market and sell my product to make the money for the patent process without losing the patentability in the future?
Thanks.

Clifford D. Hyra 12.03.10 at 9:43 pm

Tim,

A provisional patent application gives you a year to raise funds, further develop your invention, etc. As long as you file a nonprovisional application before the end of the year, you will get to keep the original filing date of your provisional application, for any subject matter appropriately described in that original application. There is no issue with publishing, selling, etc. after your filing date, so those activities would not affect patentability.

Two possible risks are 1) missing the one-year deadline or 2) filing a poor provisional application that does not adequately describe your invention. Also, you have to be careful not to disclose any information that was not covered by your provisional application.

That said, I often recommend a provisional application for inventors in situations like yours.

Vinesh Bhargava 04.29.11 at 4:32 pm

Sir Cliford.D.Hyra,
whole world knows me due to U not due to what i did.But patent is only for 20years when it expire then copyright applicable.Inventor always long live .Vinesh Bhargava

Vinesh Bhargava 10.26.11 at 6:23 am

Sir,once again i write -A company research on a medicine and have patent .Patent expired and many other companies using this technique of same medicine and writeing the compound of the same company who invented such medicine.Is this not copyright infriengement sir?Vinesh Bhargava.

Clifford D. Hyra 10.26.11 at 4:58 pm

No, it is not. Copyright does not protect functional things like medicine, nor does it protect recipes or formulas (in the U.S., anyway).

Vinesh Bhargava 10.27.11 at 8:43 am

Sir,once again Sidenafil the chemical name of Viagra.Pfizer’s patent which expired on march 27,2012 according to the U.S Patent and Trademark means any other company can make and sale this product. Sir ,Copyright not object to use SIDENAFIL .

Vinesh Bhargava 12.03.11 at 7:00 am

Lipitor the Research of Pfizer patent expired on 30,November 2011,but still trademark and copyright owned by Pfizer how other company can infringe trademark/brand/copyright.Am i right?

Clifford D. Hyra 12.05.11 at 5:03 pm

Trademark protects the brand name (Lipitor). I do not know what copyright protects, maybe the instructions or the packaging design. But anyone is free to copy and sell the drug under a different name, in different packaging.

Vinesh Bhargava 12.15.11 at 3:50 pm

Sir,
invention of drug is patent -litrature of invention of drug is copyright-marketing of that invented drug brand name is trademark.Am i right?

Clifford D. Hyra 12.16.11 at 2:04 am

Basically, yes.

Vinesh Bhargava 02.01.12 at 2:23 am

I developed a building cooling system which maintain cooling even power gone upto six hour.First my advocate file patent application and after that copyright.U can read me by put my name Vinesh Bhargava,7/275 housing board ,Hanumangarh on google now what i do for further work.

vinesh bhargava 04.07.12 at 3:45 am

How cool ur car/vehicle immidiatly-Start the engine ,spray water through wiper on the front glass.Start A.C and flow the A.C towards front glass.Car/vehicle immidiatly.Feel cool and remember me.Vinesh Bhargava

vinesh bhargava 04.07.12 at 11:34 pm

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vinesh bhargava 04.07.12 at 11:40 pm

One of my experience -Coconut coir -i use this as manure and this also works as insect repplent and water avilable to plants much more by keep wet land.Electricity save.Very useful and eco-friendly. Thanx.

vinesh bhargava 05.12.12 at 1:42 pm

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