The Patent Jungle
by Leon Cooper|
Book Website: http://http://wwwthepatentjungle.net
92 Pages, Paperback, 6 x 9
About The Author
Leon Cooper was a "ninety day wonder" during WWII, a volunteer who received his Naval officer's commission in ninety days, then took part in six major battles his three years in the Pacific.
He was the CFO and CEO of major corporations, including his own computer company.
He is a successful film producer and published author of several books.
During a ten-year period his marketing company sold his several patented products throughout the world, then decided recently to write a book about his experiences, believing his advice would be helpful to other inventors.
He received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Illinois, and did graduate studies at the University of Michigan.
He is a widower and father of five children. He lives in Malibu, California
Carol Cavello, a patent attorney, says--
"I found Mr Cooper's book extremely helpful to inventors seeking important pointers about the patent process. Too often, in my experience, the new inventor is lost in trying to understand the complexities of patenting, and then frequently becomes the prey of unethical development organizations. Mr Cooper explains the patent process in terms that are easily understood. It's more than a primer--it's a friendly guide.
Jonathan Caplan, an inventor, says...
Leon's new book, is a trustworthy, complete guide to patenting. Although I've been through the patent process myself, he opened my eyes to methods I hadn't been aware of until reading his great new book. Leon knows the ways through the patent jungle
Leon Cooper, an inventor of products used world-wide, shares his knowledge about the patent process, a process he knows first hand of the products he had to steer through the patent jungle. It really is a jungle, as Leon explains HOW; to save money;;to answer the patent examiner's many questions;to beat the odds in finally gaining your patent;to steer clear of bad guys;to get free help; to get a complete low-cost search; to keep your invention secret.; to increase the value of your newly patented invention. Leon says," Don't quit your day job yet," even after you've acquired your patent
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