Global Patents

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Jul 22, 2009.

  1. loosewire

    Thread Starter AAC Fanatic!

    Apr 25, 2008
    Question,Can I get a patent in another country and be good In U.S.
    England and other countries,global you know why not.Jump in guy's
    It may help you.
  2. someonesdad

    Senior Member

    Jul 7, 2009
    No. And patents are worthless unless you have the resources and will to enforce them, especially internationally.
  3. Wendy


    Mar 24, 2008
    Unless it is fundimental, most companies don't even bother nowdays. They just keep their techniques a secret.
  4. loosewire

    Thread Starter AAC Fanatic!

    Apr 25, 2008
    Good Information, keep it secret.Yes or no only no other comment
    do they use pencils in Texas.
  5. blueroomelectronics

    AAC Fanatic!

    Jul 22, 2007
  6. KL7AJ

    AAC Fanatic!

    Nov 4, 2008

    Traditionally, you have to get patents for each country it's patented in, (assuming each of those countries actually grants patents....not necessarily the case!) If you look at any mature items like machine tools and such, you'll see multiple patents. This is why it helps to have a patent agreement with an employer....they pay all the legal fees.....but at a price to you as well. As it turns out, you can still do pretty well with a patent the company owns. My dad had numerous patents through Boeing and other companies...and though he didn't get filthy rich on them, but he got his fair chunk of the dividends. The fact of the matter is, a lot of creative people still sign non-disclosure agreements, because it's still to their advantage. As with all other contracts, caveat emptor!

  7. loosewire

    Thread Starter AAC Fanatic!

    Apr 25, 2008
    Thanks,Good luck with your book,you can feel your pride in your post.
    There a short story in your home town and radio communication,s
    and your far away place you chose or were selected to live.The guy's
    were little excited about your .mil e-mail. I am grounded when needed. Loosewire