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[Letters on claims of John B. Read for use of patented projectiles.]

United States. War Dept. Office of Ordnance

[Letters on claims of John B. Read for use of patented projectiles.]

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Claims,
  • Military weapons,
  • Patents

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    SeriesS.misdoc.74
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18248770M

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This book is very concise and solidifies a lot of concepts. If you're considering taking the patent bar you should really read this book beforehand. If you've already passed the patent bar this book is a great reference and houses a lot of great examples/5(4). Under the European Patent Convention (EPC), a claim must define the matter for which the protection is sought in terms of technical features.

These technical features can be either structural (e.g. a nail, a rivet) or functional (e.g. fastening means). Regarding the structure of a claim, under the EPC, what is called the "preamble" is different from the meaning the "preamble" has under U.S.

Slusky, R.D., Invention Analysis and Claiming (ABA, ). When I first entered the business, I used Landis on Mechanics of Patent Claim Drafting, you can read a summary of the book here: Page on Landis' approach to linking language l.

[Referring claim of William E. Woodbridge for use of invention relating to projectiles to Court of Claims.] [Claim of John C. Howe for use of patented improvement to metallic cartridges.] to make application to Commissioner of Patents for extension of letters-patent for combined rubber and spiral steel spring.][s.n.] /5(10).

A treatise on the law of letters-patent, for the sole use of inventions in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland: including the practice connected with the grant: to which is added a summary of the patent laws in force in the principal foreign states; with an appendix of statutes, rules, practical forms, etc.

The claims have to be supported by the description. This means that all the characteristics of your invention that form part of the claims must be fully explained in the description. In addition, any terms you use in the claims must be either found in. Second Medical “Use” Claims Suppose chemical compound XYZ is already known, and has been used to treat diabetes.

Assume that Inventor A discovers that compound XYZ is an effective medicament for the treatment of malaria: 1. The use of compound XYZ in the manufacture of a treatment for malaria. - Use claims - also known as Swiss-type claims –. Step 5: Find the independent claims, and read them.

The claims are the only part of the patent that have any actual legal enforceability. While they’re still a pain to read, they’re forced to be one sentence so at least they’re relatively short (modulo the occasional run-on sentences half a page long). In addition to the federal code Sectionrules regarding the drafting of claims are provided in the USPTO’s “Rules of Practice.” (PTO R at 37 C.F.R.

Section parts (b), (d), and (e).) After these examples, you can probably understand how the claims section of patents are complicated to read, and equally challenging to write.

• Claims must be fully supported and enabled by the disclosure • Claims must be drafted as a single sentence • Claims should be arranged in order of scope so the first claim presented is the broadest • Consistent terminology should be used in both the patent disclosure and the claims 7 Invention-Con Claim Drafting Workshop.

invention cannot be patented if: “(1) the claimed invention was patented, described in a printed publication, or in public use, on sale, or otherwise available to the public before the effective filing date of the claimed invention” or “(2) the claimed invention was described in a patent issued [by the U.S.] or in an application for patent.

Patent Claim Construction is the first comprehensive treatise on claim construction in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. [Letters on claims of John B.

Read for use of patented projectiles.] book practical resource helps lawyers of all experience levels gain a firm footing in the rapidly evolving rules of claim construction. This knowledge thereby allows for the systematic and efficient identification of the rules most advantageous to the client Reviews: 1.

[William Wheeler Hubbell, authorized to apply for patents.] by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Patents,[s.n.] edition, Electronic resource in English.

LETTERS PATENTt ALBERT R. HENRY The doctrine of "limitation, inherent in the grant," as expounded in the Motion Picture Patents case,' the Carbice case,2 and the Barber Asphalt case,3 is susceptible of two interpretations. These may be called respectively a "claim construction" theory and a "use. View a sample of this title using the ReadNow feature.

The Essentials of Patent Claim Drafting is a practical guide to the drafting of patent claims in U.S. patent applications. The actual mechanics of assembling both basic and complex claims are covered in-depth from simple mechanical cases to complex chemical and pharmaceutical cases.

The book helps practitioners better understand claim drafting from both mechanical and "strategic" perspectives, and ultimately results in better patent claims that-despite the inherent uncertainties involved-will prove to have the most commercial value to their clients.

Category: Law The Law Of Patents. It may seem simple, but reading a patent and fully understanding what the patent actually covers can be rather difficult. Let’s begin by reviewing the main sections of the patent.

First, we have the patent identification information: the patent number, title, patent holder’s name, owner of the patent (if different), the filing date, the issue date and cited references.

How do I read a patent - the Specification The "specification" of a patent is all of the written part of the patent, except for the first-page information and the claims.

After each section on this page, we will give a reference to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) or Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP) which discusses the section. Without proper training it is very difficult for a non-specialist to read and understand patent claims, as they are written in a techno-legal jargon peculiar to this area of law.

Even so, understanding the basics of interpretation of claims is crucial for business managers as they often have to look at what has been done by the patent experts. Please use the following steps to determine whether you need to fill out a call slip in the Prints and Photographs Reading Room to view the original item(s).

In some cases, a surrogate (substitute image) is available, often in the form of a digital image, a copy print, or microfilm.

Is the item digitized. Form of Claims. The claim or claims filed in a nonprovisional patent application must commence on a separate sheet and should appear after the detailed description of the invention.

Gene Quinn is a Patent Attorney and Editor and President & CEO ofIPWatchdog, founded in Gene is also a principal lecturer in the PLI Patent Bar Review Course and Of. Use permanent ink and avoid hasty revisions like scribbling, white-outs and erasures.

Document any changes later in the notebook as they arise; a notebook full of crossed-out corrections can seem suspicious, as these corrections could have been applied any time.

Use the dated and paginated notebook to prove the timeline of you work. A patent application is required to contain drawings if drawings are necessary for the understanding of the subject matter sought to be patented.

The drawings must show every feature of the invention as specified in the claims. Omission of drawings may. HOME. OVERVIEW. PATENTS. TRADEMARKS. COPYRIGHTS. Staff Directory. About our Firm. Contact Us: Brown & Michaels Reading Claims for Infringement: First, we should say that infringement analysis is a matter for professional guidance for two reasons.

Interpreting claims is a highly technical process, and should be done by a professional patent attorney based on the latest rules as laid out by. What can be patented. Under U.S. patent law, any person who "invents or discovers any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof, may obtain a patent."In general, this means you must satisfy the following four requirements to qualify for a patent.

Dependent claims, on the other hand, have to be read in conjunction with the claim on which it depends. Hence, if you see a patent claim that states "The machine of Claim 1," the claim is a dependent claim that includes all of the limitations of the claim or claims from which it depends.

The remainder of this article will focus on independent. Also, any terms you use in the claims must either be in the description or be clearly suggested by the description.

The structure of your claims. A claim is a single sentence (statement) made up of three parts: the preamble (or introductory phrase), the body (or purview) and the transitional phrase.

“Intended use” refers to language in a patent claim that arguably describes a purpose or function of the thing being claimed. It is, therefore, not given any patentable weight by a patent examiner who has deemed a claim limitation to constitute intended use. By regarding certain claim language as intended use, the examiner can generally disregard the [ ].

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Van Nostrand, [author's comments]ENGINEER AND ARTILLERY OPERATIONS AGAINST THE DEFENCES OF CHARLESTON HARBOR IN Claims also come in two flavors: independent and dependent.

An independent claim (e.g., claims 1, 10, 19, 28, 37, 46, and 55) stands alone. It includes all the necessary limitations and does not depend on or include limitations from any other claim.

A dependent claim refers back to and further limits another claim or claims. Review. I can only hope that each and every novice practitioner and newly minted Patent Examiner is handed this book on their first day. I don't know if reading a book can be considered a form of 'mentorship,' but this book is certainly the best attempt at old-fashioned teaching methods (i.e., the ones that actually worked) I've ever come across."" --RICHARD J.

APLEY, Former Director of the. An Article of manufacture Claims may include: • Apparatus claims • Computer Product Claims (Beauregard claims) • Product-by-Process Claims – a product claim that defines the claimed product in terms of the process by which it is made, is proper.

In re. Hi there, I am an IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) intern, In CSIR Innovation Protection Unit. For Starter, you can go and search alike patents like your invention on google patents (Google Patents) it covers mostly US & Chinese patents.

In comp. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ellis, Ridsdale, Patent claims. New York, Baker, Voorhis (OCoLC) Document Type. Text-book of the law of patents for inventions. New York: Baker, Voorhis and Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Albert H Walker; John.

I admittedly haven’t read your book, but if your advice to inventors out there is “let people copy your invention”, then in that context I agree with your advice to not file a patent application. John Smith: This is one of the things I describe in my book—how wholly unaffordable most patent attorneys are to an independent inventor.

Rather, the PTO construed the claims to read on a programmed general-purpose digital computer, and held the claims invalid as being directed to nonstatutory subject matter.

The Federal Circuit on appeal reversed the claim construction, and held the claims limited to the corresponding structure described in the specification, which is specific. USE CLAIM The process claim claimed for use of the products or application of the process is called Use Claim.

CLAIMS BY FIELD: CLAIMS BY FIELD Patent Claim Drafting & Types of Claim 35 JEPSON CLAIM Jepson claim style is used in the process or product claim where the invention is a modification or the improvement of the existing technology. enable a person of ordinary skill in the field of the invention to make and use the invention.

This section generally contains a detailed discussion of the drawings and explains the invention with reference to the reference numbers included on the drawings.

Claims. Claims (26) always receive a great deal of attention during licensing and.Figures are required “where necessary for the understanding of the subject matter to be patented.” (35 U.S.C.

) This definition is the minimum necessary, but meeting the minimum standards does not necessarily add value to the client.Sample letters. Sample non-disclosure agreement.

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