Posts Categorized Patent Drafting and Claim Writing

A good patent is easy to read

A good patent is easy to read. If you can’t understand your patent application, neither can the patent examiner. Many people tell me that they did not understand their patent application because their attorney used “legalese”. Some even joke that it was so dense that they did not even know if their invention was in… Read more »

What does a good patent application look like?

Good patents are NOT written in “legalese”. I had a telephone interview with a patent examiner a while ago and in the course of the interview, the examiner said that he really liked my patent application because I did not try to hide the ball with the invention. I was originally taught to write patent… Read more »

Curating Inventions in the Invention Disclosure Meeting – Myopia

BlueIron has a vested interest in the quality and economic value of your patents – it is the only collateral that BlueIron uses. The single biggest event that determines commercial value is the invention disclosure meeting. If inventors see their inventions as too small, the resulting patent leaves much of the value on the table…. Read more »

Drafting Patents for Licensing

Patents that are intended for licensing have a distinctively different feel to them and a different method of drafting than patents that protect a specific product line. Here, our intent is to protect an idea that may potentially be more valuable at the end of the patent life and may be used in ways that… Read more »