Kelce S. Wilson
Claudia Tapia Garcia
A single page, poster style chart accompanies this article, and provides an “at-a-glance” overview of a suggested strategy for prioritizing patent application efforts and resources. The chart, along with this explanation, incorporates the philosophy that a one-size-fits-all process for protecting Intellectual Property (IP) is far from ideal. Instead, what is suggested here is that inventions be stratified according to predicted economic value, so that effort and resource allocation can be prioritized. Additionally, this stratification should follow the invention through the patent application prosecution process
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