Ask the Patent Attorney: the first thing an inventor should do to protect a new idea

Once a week we are going to post on YouTube a new edition to our series called “Ask the Patent Attorney“. This is our first episode where Registered Patent attorney Vincent LoTempio answers many question from our host Nate Lewinski about patents and the patent process.

This week we talk about:

What is the first thing an inventor should do to protect a new idea.

What is patentable subject matter. And many other issues inventors have questions about.

Make comments below or email [email protected] and your questions will be answered in the show next week.

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Vincent LoTempio

My mission as an IP Attorney is to help people recognize, protect and profit from their good ideas. As a Registered Patent Attorney based in Buffalo, New York, I focus on all types of Intellectual Property law. As an IP attorney, I file patent and trademark applications in the United States and abroad. I manage large corporate patent and trademark portfolios, and have established associations with hundreds of Intellectual Property law firms around the world. I have extensive experience in patent and trademark prosecution, patent and trademark infringement litigation, trademark registration and copyright registration. Call me TOLL FREE: 1-877-351-5547 to protect your ideal today. LoTempio Law Website File A Patent File A Trademark File A Copyright YouTube Twitter