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Patent law in the United States is federal law. Federally-registered Patent Attorneys are licensed to prosecute patent applications of inventors located in Georgia, before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

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A U.S. patent grants a patent owner the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or distributing the patented invention without permission, for a period of 14-20 years. During this time period, the patent owner can generate revenue through licensing or sale.

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Intellectual Property Articles:




Patents News In Georgia - Google News

Fifty Years Ago
Northwest Georgia News
Thomas A. Edison had a lot of patents on his many inventions, but Rome's James Barr seems to be on his way to catching up. Since he received his first patent in 1941 for an oil rotary liquid seal to be used on transformers, Barr has received 18 other ...



Brick company building on Beltline could get recognition
Atlanta Journal Constitution
He also registered a number of patents and started a ceramic engineering department at Georgia Tech, it adds. The one-story building at 686 Greenwood Ave. NE in Atlanta's Virginia-Highland neighborhood was built in 1909. It grabs attention for its ...



Georgia Senate votes on controversial change to medical cannabis law
The Telegraph
The Georgia Senate voted on Thursday open the state's medical marijuana registry to patents who have autism and to roll back the amount of THC that's allowed in medical cannabis oil in Georgia. State Sen. Ben Watson, R-Savannah, author of Senate Bill ...

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Incubation's Unintended Consequences
Inside Higher Ed
The findings drew skepticism from leaders at university incubators and technology transfer offices, who argued that patents aren't the only measure of innovation success at universities and incubators. Critics also pointed out that the findings do not ...





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