InventHelp is a website that provides useful information and resources to help inventors. The site covers all aspects of patent law, including design patents, provisional patents, and patents for diverse inventive devices. The information on this website is provided to assist in developing successful inventions. It also provides information to help with drafting the patentability argument. It can be accessed by any person who is considering pursuing a patent. It is a valuable resource for inventors, but only if they take advantage of the valuable information on this website.
InventHelp reviews the prior art as well as the utility patents before deciding whether or not an invention meets the legal requirements for patenting. The purpose of this is two fold. First, the prior art must not be used against an inventor when drafting the patentability argument. Thus, it can be a powerful tool for the patent examiner. Additionally, it can be used by the attorney assisting the inventor with the invention so that they have a better understanding of the technical and legal requirements that must be met.
It’s critical to note that InventHelp is not a patent searching tool. It does provide valuable information on prior art that might be used by patent searching tools such as patent searching tools and/or patent marketing tools. However, InventHelp is designed to be a valuable resource for the attorney assisting the inventor with the invention. It should not be seen as a replacement for the advice of the patent attorney. The patent attorney has the expertise and the training to determine if an invention is legally patentable. It’s the role of the InventHelp review team to determine if an invention is legally patentable.
The information provided on the InventHelp website is not intended to substitute for the expert advice of a qualified patent attorney. InventHelp is a tool to use to educate inventors and attorneys about the critical steps they must take to patent an invention. While it is good information, it should not be viewed as legal advice. Please consult a qualified patent attorney for specialized advice regarding patent law. Additionally, please follow the link below to visit our website where you will find valuable information on how to submit an invention to the Patent Office.
If you are considering filing an invention with the USPTO, please visit the InventHelp site and review the invention submission form. You can download the form and print it for future reference. You will also find valuable information on submitting an invention to the USPTO. Please follow the link below to visit our website for more information on submitting your invention to the USPTO.
Please Note: Please remember that this article is for educational purposes only. The information presented herein is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified patent attorney. Should you need legal advice or materials to support your submission, please contact the appropriate patent office. The information contained herein is designed to be used for reference purposes only.