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When should I file a Provisional Patent Application instead of a Non-Provisional Patent Application?

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When you plan to file a Non-provisional Patent Application, but want to delay examination by the United States Patent & Trademark Office for 12 months.

When you plan to sell or license the invention and will absolutely certainly do so within a year or are prepared to file a Non-provisional if you have not sold or licensed the invention.

When you plan to do significant modifications before the product or process is ready and will have such modifications ready within a year.

 

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Dr. Thomas R. (Terry) Williamson III is a Patent Attorney practicing in Atlanta, Georgia.

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