Written by attorney Anthony B Claiborne

Should I patent my invention? Questions for the inventor.

Patenting an invention takes a substantial investment of money and time. If patenting your invention will give you added commercial advantage that outweighs the cost of patenting, then patenting is indicated. If patenting will give no such advantage, consider other ways to exploit your invention.

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