Protecting Your Ideas
The Inventor's Guide to PatentsBy
- Joy Bryant
Individuals interested in how the patent process works; scientists, engineers, and technical professionals (including medical and computer science) in academia, industry, and government sectors; people who work in technology transfer.
Hardbound, 222 Pages
Published: October 1998
Imprint: Academic Press
"Protecting Your Ideas is the entrepreneur's step-by-step guide for safeguarding intellectual property."
--Robert G. Templin, Jr., Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology
"Rarely does one find a book that has so much important information on a subject so vital to the creative or inventive mind. Ms. Bryant has built an important bridge for the inventor on the long road to success."
--Joe East, President, PAR Technologies
"More useful information per square inch than any other book I have seen on this subject."
--Shelia Marsh, Principal Attorney, The In-House Advantage
"Joy Bryant has the rare ability to translate very complicated and weighty stuff into immediately understandable and even interesting information."
--Anne Womack, Director of Sponsored Programs, College of William and Mary
"Joy Bryant's book is a clear and concise description of the IP (intellectual property) maze; it defines and describes IP and how to protect it. The book is for everyone on your team; it is an essential tool for the preservation of your ideas and your future. Buy this roadmap and use it."
--Dr. Kent A. Murphy, President, F&S, Inc.