Patents - How to Write Your Own and Protect Your Invention

Nyall Engfield, JD, California Bar

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10 Lessons (1h)
    • 1. Introduction and How to Read a Patent

      5:53
    • 2. Types of Patents

      3:59
    • 3. Patent Application Components

      3:55
    • 4. Searching

      9:35
    • 5. Preparing the Background

      2:05
    • 6. Defining the Invention

      1:58
    • 7. Preparing Drawings

      7:15
    • 8. Drafting the Detailed Description

      11:02
    • 9. Completing and Filing your Patent

      9:11
    • 10. Priority and International Filings

      5:29
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Thank you for uploading this lesson - it's nice to here how it works from someone so qualified and knowledgeable. Can you please summarize how much it costs (approximately) to get your product patented without an attorney?