Patents

posted on:
May 22, 2007

author:
Staff

Patents

Patents grant an inventor the right to prohibit others, whether individuals or corporations, from using and producing the inventor’s invention for a limited period of time. U.S. Patent Laws were established and made into law by Congress under its Constitutional grant of authority to protect the invention and discoveries of inventors.

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