Provisional Patent Applications & Non-Provisional Applications - What's the Difference?8565 views Like it ShareChannel: Inventors Learning Center Topics: Society Tags: PATENT (LEGAL SUBJECT) PATENT APPLICATION PROVISIONAL APPLICATION PROVISIONAL PATENT APPLCATION USPTO Related videosLecture 08 - Nonobviousness 2Benefits of Being Patent Pending - Patent Law Q&APatent ClaimRecommended videos 568 Dunlap Ben Intellectual Property Lawyer 358 Crowell Mo Part 1 - Supreme Court & Tech Licensing Companies: Kimble v. Marvel Entertainment, with Mark Jansen 154 PatentYogi 5 Amazing Sleigh Patents 391 The Federa Balancing Patent Rights and Litigation Abuses 2K IPOS PF1 Form - Request for Grant of Patent 36 Gladstone Intellectual Property Series, Part 4 - Bad Patents 26 Product De Confidential Disclosures and Patent Law 4K NerdAlert Innovation is Getting Choked Out by The U.S. Patent System 336 Davies Col Commercialising Intellectual Property, R&D Tax, Funding and Incubators @ DCC Sydney 159 Center for IP Investments & Markets: Marshall Phelps, The Status of the Patent Industry 4K Intellectu IP BASICS: Do I have Intellectual Property rights? 1K Inventors Patent Attorneys & Patent Agents - How to Find a Good Patent Practitioner 1K Product De Defending Your Products During Patent Pending Status 2K Davies Col Innovation Patents - the process in Australia 104 Lonestar P Step 3: Invention Analysis Show more related videos Lourdes Rodriguez 1 years agohow much to fie for a non-provisional patent yourself.SP R 1 years agoWhat do you mean by "claims"?Tavares Boykin 1 years agoThis guy sounds depressingDugagjin Dervishaj 2 years agohow long does it take to get the patent isue after the patent is pending,Victoria Chen 2 years agoIf you file a provisional patent application, does that count as filing first according to law?Rolando Guerzo 2 years agoHi, I live in Hong Kong and I want to apply for a Provisional Patent in the USA. But I have a question. If I applied for a PPA in the USA do I still need to apply for PPAs in other countries like Australia, Europe, China, etc? And does one Provisional application in the USA enough to buy me time and protect my invention worldwide and give me the "right to claim priority" until I apply for a non-provisional patent within a year? Thanks!Peter Boyadjian 3 years agoYou forgot to mention the really important process. Converting from a provisional ppa to a non-provisional patent. That is why the names are so similar, it is a 2 step process. It looks like I'm going to have to make the video. ;)Nagaraju kuruva1206 3 years agohow can i trust a patent attorney. is there any chance he can steal some one's idea in the pretext of for drafting.Cosmo John 3 years agoWhy is it that patent agents are allowed to use company database to search for prior art pertaining to his invention?Arnold Rivers 6 years agoSo I think I understand what you're saying with the provisional patent in that your idea isn't protected yet but you have the first foot hold in the patent office to get a non-provisional so even though other people can copy your idea for the time being, after that year if you file a non-provisional application then they can no longer make your idea without your consentPRIVATE EYE 6 years agoI think a PPA is great for a re-patent and new development of a new design. Than to file a non-ppa and pay more money for denied application. What do you think?Keith Lane 7 years agoSo what good does it do to have a PPA when you really do not have any protection? you have a PPA someone sees the idea and you are out of luck because you do not have a full patent to enforce a lawsuit.