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Before the America Invents Act became law, every inventor had to sign a document known as an Inventor’s Declaration before a patent application could start to be examined. By signing, the inventor certified, inter alia, that he was in fact the original inventor of the creation at issue. There were often reasons that the document […]

When filing a patent with the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), an inventor of a process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or of any new and useful improvement thereof, must file a document known as an Inventor’s Declaration, in which the inventor certifies that he is in fact the original or an […]