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Chapter 7. Mining Intellectual Property Assets

Chapter 7. Mining Intellectual Property Assets

As you have learned throughout this book, the major premise of an invention asserts the fact that the solution to any specific problem must prove to be a unique idea—that is, an idea that those skilled in the art have not yet claimed or considered. Furthermore, there is another premise that proves that it is NOT obvious that these experts would have ever considered this idea. This second premise, although somewhat subjective and awkward, is an important test to apply.

This chapter shows how to file multiple invention ideas and how to be most efficient in this process. This discussion will build upon our last discussions of “mining group gold,” and show us how to deliver bulk patents surrounding any area with needs for improvement. (See Figure 7-1.)


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