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Patent law in the United States is federal law. Federally-registered Patent Attorneys are licensed to prosecute patent applications of inventors located in the state of Ohio, before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

During the application process, the federal government will not provide assistance to a patent applicant. In fact, the United States Patent and Trademark Office strongly advises patent applicants to contact a registered patent attorney or a patent agent.

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Patents in the state of Ohio: According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, over 12,680 patents were granted in the state of Ohio between 2006 and 2010, including over 3,220 patents granted in 2010. Most inventions patented between 2006 and 2010 in the state of Ohio were Mechanical.

OH: 2006-2010 Average 2010
Mechanical over 1,250 patents over 1,580 patents
Electrical over 660 patents over 810 patents
Chemical over 620 patents over 820 patents

Obtaining a Patent in the United States.
A U.S. patent grants a patent owner the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or distributing the patented invention without permission, for a period of 14-20 years. During this time period, the patent owner can generate revenue through licensing or sale.

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Intellectual Property Articles:

Patents News In Ohio - Google News

Top of the List: Patent law firms
Columbus Business First
Click on the slideshow to see the top firms, including the number of patents issued by local attorneys in 2015. Note: Tiebreakers were broken by factoring in the total number of local attorneys each firm had. Laura Newpoff co-directs daily online ...

Patents given to NH companies and individuals, Oct. 13-20
Concord Monitor
Elbit Systems of America of Fort Worth, Texas, has been assigned a patent (9,465,100) developed by two co-inventors for a ?system and method for a directable countermeasure with divergent laser.? The co-inventors are Philip Soletsky of Brookline and ...

What type of patent should I apply for?
Sioux Falls Argus Leader
Design patents generally are less difficult to obtain than utility patents, but design patents also tend to provide a narrower scope of protection because it is limited to covering the product's ornamentation. .... Inventors: Peter Guzman, Sioux Falls ...

A Patent For The Controversial & 'Impossible' Quantum Space Engine (EM Drive) Was Just Made Public
Collective Evolution
A month ago, we published an article about the Cannae-Drive, which was invented by Guido Fetta, and tested by NASA over an eight day testing campaign that took place in August of 2013. It's also known as the EM drive. It showed that a small amount of ...

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