What is a US Patent Search
This search is a search of the published US patents and patent applications relevant to your invention. Next, you need to read and evaluate the elements or parts of each US patents and patent applications relevant to your invention as compared to the elements or parts of your Invention. You may have an Invention to patent if you have a new element or part not found in the US patents and patent applications relevant to your invention.
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How to do a US Patent Search yourself.
In order for an invention or idea to be patentable your invention must be new meaning you have a new part, element, feature, or step in a process as compared to other patents and patent applications. So how do you perform a thorough and accurate search? What is patent research? Have you found all the related or similar US patents and patent applications? Let ISK teach you.
How to conduct a US Patent Search (Free).
ISK’s download will walk you step-by-step through the proper procedure to perform a do it yourself search with Inventor information, instructions, forms, and samples created by Patent Attorney Mat Grell using his inventions DripID® and Sneaker Doodle™ to show you an easy to follow do-it-yourself approach to privately perform your own search. Get started today!
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Why perform a US Patent Search?
There are many reasons why an inventor should spend time searching and educating themselves about existing patents and published patent applications, which are similar or related to the inventor’s idea. First, in order for your new idea to be patentable it must be new or novel. To be new or novel, means you typically have a new part, element, feature, or step in a process that no other patent contains. To know if you have a new part, element, feature, or step in a process you must research all of the existing patents and published patent applications. Where do you look for existing patents? Search online, at USPTO website. Download pdf files of any relevant patents and published patent applications and identify their parts and features. Step back and compare your invention’s list of parts to the parts and features found during your patent research and determine whether you have a new part or feature. If yes, you may have a new idea that can be protected by a patent.