Timing and cost are two key factors involved in patent filing decisions. This paper will explore mechanisms for delaying the high costs of filing a patent application as long as possible, so that additional information on an invention and its worthiness can be gathered. The efforts to minimize upfront costs are balanced against the potential need to secure viable patent rights at some point in the future.
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