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Expert Secrets for Winning When Your Patent is Denied

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You make protecting your intellectual property a top priority for your business. However, challenges often hold you back. Unfortunately, as an inventor, this includes facing the challenge of having your patent denied by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). 

While disheartened to receive a denial, take these steps to keep your patent application alive.

Hire an Attorney when Your Patent is Denied

If your patent has been denied, hiring an experienced attorney who specializes in intellectual property law should be at the top of your list. A good attorney provides their experience in dealing with USPTO denials and knows how best to proceed with getting your patent approved. They also provide invaluable advice on how best to protect your invention or idea moving forward. 

Be Proactive and Diligent when Your Patent is Denied

When applying for a patent, make sure the accuracy of the information included in the application. If any new developments occur after filing, make sure to promptly document them as well. This helps increase the chances that the USPTO accepts and approves your application. 

Additionally, respond quickly to any inquiries from the USPTO regarding potential changes or modifications needed for approval. This demonstrates that your seriousness about protecting and defending your invention or idea.  

File a Timely Response to Office Actions

One of the first things to do if you receive a denial from the USPTO is file a timely response . This will allow you to present further evidence or arguments or amend your submission in order to get your patent approved. However, filing a response  isn’t always successful; so it’s important to carefully consider all of your options before taking action. (Keep in mind that many patent applications face multiple rounds of denials and responses before being granted.)

In conclusion, receiving a denial from the USPTO doesn’t mean that you have lost out on protecting your invention or idea forever; there are still steps you can take in order to get your patent approved. 

By filing a timely and well thought out response, hiring an attorney who specializes in intellectual property law, and being proactive and diligent throughout the process, you may be able to win even when faced with a USPTO denial. 

With these expert secrets for success, you’ll have everything you need to keep fighting for what’s yours!  

Whether you’re just starting out or you’re an established business, I can help you turn your ideas into profits. And not only that, but I can also help keep others from stealing your ideas and profiting from them.

If you’re feeling like your intellectual property isn’t fully protected, I encourage you to schedule a free consultation with me. We can brainstorm about your specific situation and make sure you’re taking the necessary steps to protect yourself and your business; so that you can turn YOUR ideas into huge profits.

To get a spot on my calendar, please visit or contact me here.

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