Inventors, Watch your Language!
Correct and precise language (and semantics) are the cornerstone of a successful patent filing. History is littered with the examples of Inventors whose patents failed due to simply one letter being out of place thus changing its meaning and scope, ultimately leading to rejection by the USPTO.   The terminology of the claim must match the intent of the idea under patent law. Thus, every letter of every word COUNTS and has massive value in the ultimate success of protecting your idea.  I go over this in my latest video below…

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