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Radio Interview: How the First to File Patent System Tears Down Entrepreneurial Barriers for the Average Joe Inventor

Small Inventors Now Have The Upper Hand Prof. John Rizvi, Esq., Miami Patent Attorney When Bert Martinez, a well-known marketing consultant and media personality recently interviewed me on his Money for Launch Radio Show, he expressed his surprise – as most entrepreneurs do – when I told that one of the biggest patent law modifications …

Radio Interview: How the First to File Patent System Tears Down Entrepreneurial Barriers for the Average Joe Inventor `

How One of My Clients Earned a $100 Million Payout from His Medical Idea

The Day He Walked Into My Office Several years ago a gifted young man, Alexander Gomez, walked into my office, sat down, and passionately told me about his medical idea, more a dream at this point, that had prompted him to drop out of medical school and form his own business. I listened intently as …

How One of My Clients Earned a $100 Million Payout from His Medical Idea `

The Difference Between Earning “Lots” Vs. “Millions” of Dollars From Your Idea

There will probably come a point in your life as inventor when your idea or patent gets picked up by a major retailer or industry player and they offer you a tantalizing choice: a small royalty on sales in perpetuity or a single, one time “complete buyout” payment to take complete ownership of your idea. …

The Difference Between Earning “Lots” Vs. “Millions” of Dollars From Your Idea `

The Perfect Storm in Software Patents

The complexity of patenting software is often exponentially higher than other tangible inventions in the mechanical or electrical realms. Software patents require careful, precise claims and descriptions, way above what one typically finds in general “widgets”. Inventors should also bear in mind that there are relatively few attorneys in the United States that specialize in …

The Perfect Storm in Software Patents `

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