MAILING INVENTION TO ONE’S SELF

Posted by Michael Shimokaji | May 03, 2019 | 0 Comments

QUESTION: When a person has an idea and has it notarized, and certified mailed to himself, what protective rights does that person have? I have some life changing inventions, but I cant afford the cost to get a patent.

ANSWER: It does help establish a date of invention and the inventor, but give you no patent rights.

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Michael’s expertise includes the strategic development of patent and trademark portfolios. He identifies those patents and trademarks that are valuable to his clients by providing them with a competitive advantage. Then, Michael obtains patent and trademark registrations in the US and abroad.

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