If an invention is “ready for patenting”, a non-provisional patent application may be prepared that discloses and claims the invention in formal terms, and optionally, that “claims priority” to one or more provisional patent applications. Unlike a provisional patent application, the non-provisional patent application will issue into a patent once it is examined and allowed by the USPTO. The patent grants its owner legal rights to exclude other parties from making, using, selling or importing your invention into the United States for sale once it.
At Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, we will thoroughly and accurately prepare a Non-Provisional Patent Application that is legally sound and is written to your liking. We will communicate with you throughout the drafting process to ensure that your needs and goals are considered at every step of the process.