by Kim Lavine
If after filing your PPA, your invention looks like it is marketable, you should file a Nonprovisional Patent Application. Here's what you need to know...
- You have a year after you file your PPA to file your Nonprovisional Patent Application to take advantage of the initial filing date of your PPA for patent protection.
What's the difference between a PPA and a Non-Provisional Patent?
A PPA allows you to file for patent protection without making a formal claim, or providing more specific technical information. On the other hand, a Nonprovisional Patent Application must include a specification sheet, claims and detailed drawings.
A PPA will automatically become abandoned within a year if you don’t file a Nonprovisional Patent Application.
What are Patent Claims?
The one element of the patent that should always unequivocally leave to your attorney is the “claims” section.
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