Patent Searching Made Easy: How to Do Patent Searches on the Internet and in the Library, Second Edition

In the past, if you wanted to assess the novelty of an idea, you had to wade through the patent database at the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) in Virginia–or hire a lawyer to do a patent search for $500 and up. The cos…

In the past, if you wanted to assess the novelty of an idea, you had to wade through the patent database at the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) in Virginia–or hire a lawyer to do a patent search for $500 and up. The cost and inconvenience of these searches often meant that good ideas were left to rot on the vine.

Inventors, use this book to :
verify the patent status of an idea
search Patent and Trademark Depository Libraries
use online patent search services

With David Hitchcock’s new book, Patent Searching Made Easy, you can learn to do patent searches yourself, on the Internet, at little or no cost.

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