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Inventors – would you like to try to patent an idea? If so, you may want to learn more about obtaining invention patent referrals through InventHelp®.
For clients who want to know how to patent an invention idea, InventHelp can refer them to a licensed patent attorney or agent to provide a preliminary US patent search and opinion. Based on the opinion, the attorney may then help prepare and file a US patent application for the idea with the US Patent and Trademark Office. You can request these referrals in conjunction with InventHelp's invention submission services.
"The Invent Help People" offer no advice as to whether or not an idea is patentable; these opinions may come only from a licensed patent attorney or agent. Clients using InventHelp's invention patent referrals must communicate directly with the independent attorney or agent regarding all questions of a legal nature.
InventHelp's job is to try to submit clients' inventions or new product ideas to industry in an effort to obtain a good-faith review, and also to review any interest expressed. You may choose to apply for a US patent and simultaneously attempt to present your idea to companies. Many inventors select this option of using InventHelp's submission program in conjunction with our invention patent referrals.
If you prefer to locate legal counsel on your own, you may still use InventHelp's submission program. Inventors who have already obtained patents for their inventions can also use our services to attempt to submit to industry.
To learn more about obtaining invention patent referrals through "The Invent Help People," please fill out our inventor information request form, or call toll-free 1-800-INVENTION.
InventHelp gives no advice as to whether your idea is patentable. Such advice may come only from a patent attorney or licensed patent agent. If you wish patent advice, it is advisable to seek advice from an independent patent attorney.