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Novel & Non-Obvious

Dec 15, 2021

In patent law, knowing not only what has been created but who created it is critical. That's because the inventor holds the intellectual property behind their innovation from the very start. But, sometimes, inventorship isn't so cut and dried and can change during the patent prosecution process as claims are updated. That's why it's so important to understand how IP ownership works before going down the road toward a patent.

On this week's episode of Novel & Non-Obvious, Yoriko discusses the concept of inventorship and how it can impact both a patent application as well as a company's entire IP portfolio.