You'll Learn How to protect your Idea or Invention

 Protecting your idea or invention is very, very important.
Trusting the wrong person without the proper agreements in place can be costly.

Class two of our eight step patent acquisition program will show
you exactly how to adequately protect your idea or invention.

Protecting Your Idea with An Inventors Log book

In the second of eight classes, you’ll learn the do’s

and don’t-do’s of keeping a detailed inventor’s log book.

You’ll learn secrets of courtroom success like :

Make sure to use a book that cannot have pages added to it.

The importance of pictures and samples.

Make sure to leave no empty lines, EVER.

Why logging regularly is vital.

Making sure that each entry is signed by a witness
who understands the invention or idea.

Why witnesses’ signatures and Social Security Numbers are vital.

You'll learn How to File a Copyright Claim

how to protect your invention by filing copyright

Filing for a Copyright

 Our years of experience work for you.
In part 2 of lesson 2, you’ll learn how to file for a copyright.
It’s easier than the big corps who take your money will tell you!

 Some Companies charge you $995 to start then more than $12,000 to actually start doing anything for you.
With a patent success rate of .47% (less than one half of one percent!)

They’ll even take 20% of your royalties.
Don’t be a victim!
Join TFH Inventors Club today!

Filing a Provisional Patent

You’ll Learn how to File a Provisional Patent and get benefits like:

Lower cost and faster preliminary process. …

Establishes an official USPTO filing date. …

One year to assess the commercial viability of your invention. …

Use of the “patent pending” notice. …

Extending the patent term. …

Confidentiality. …

Immediate acceptance.

Filing a Provisional Patent

You’ll Learn how to File a Provisional Patent and get benefits like:

Lower cost and faster preliminary process. …

Establishes an official USPTO filing date. …

One year to assess the commercial viability of your invention. …

Use of the “patent pending” notice. …

Extending the patent term. …

Confidentiality. …

Immediate acceptance.

Filing a Provisional Patent

You’ll Learn how to File a Provisional Patent and get benefits like:

Lower cost and faster preliminary process. …

Establishes an official USPTO filing date. …

One year to assess the commercial viability of your invention. …

Use of the “patent pending” notice. …

Extending the patent term. …

Confidentiality. …

Immediate acceptance.

Learn How to file a provisional patent easily
Learn How to file a provisional patent easily
Learn How to file a provisional patent easily

How to Protect your Idea or Invention

Protecting your idea or invention is very, very important.
Trusting the wrong person without the proper agreements in place can be costly.

Class TWO of our eight step patent acquisition program will show you exactly how to adequately protect your idea or invention.

In this first class, you start by learning to start logging your idea or invention into a notebook complete with pictures and the documentation depicting the stages of development. We teach you the format that will stand up in a court of law, patent law.

Then we’ll show you how to easily go about filing for a copyright without spending a bundle on big companies who handle that for people who don’t know any better and think they need them. In a court of law, the mere fact that you filed for a copyright  serves as prima facie proof that you own the idea or invention in question… a key element in every copyright infringement action.

Then we’ll show you how to file for a Provisional Patent. The provisional application for a patent filing fee is much less expensive than a non-provisional patent application.  The technical requirements are simplified and that means it takes you less time and money to prepare and file a provisional application.

Filing a provisional application is extremely useful in the competitive race to patent an invention.  Since the USA is changing from a “first to invent” system to a “first to file” system, your filing date will be the most important factor in whether you or someone else who filed first gets a patent.  Filing a provisional patent application also gives you the right to use the terms “patent pending” or “patent applied for”.  Patent pending is a useful deterrent to infringement.

The Technology from Heaven Inventors Club teaches you how to do what you need to do with the lowest cost possible to you.

When you ask We'll give you the First Four Lessons Free

 We’re so sure that when you see how easy we make this, you’ll want to join to get the last four lessons!

Protect your Idea

  • Logging in notebook
  • Filing for a copyright
  • Filing for provisional patent

Conduct a basic patent search

  • Using the internet
  • Using the public library

Build a prototype

  • Where to find outside help
  • Using art work to demonstrate

Find a buyer for your invention or idea

  • Determine the category invention falls in
  • Using the internet to locate manufacturers in your category
  • Using retail stores to find potential buyers

Free Patent Lawyer Consulation

When you Join the TFH Inventors Club, you'll get the rest of the course:

Create your presentation without giving away Trade Secrets

  • Creating correct sales pitch for phone conversation
  • Creating a sales pitch for email communication (telling what your invention does without telling how its made)
  • Make a sample presentation as a member of our Inventor’s Consortium made up of Aero Space Engineers from NASA & JPL

Use a Nondisclosure or Confidentiality Agreement.

  • Using a DVD video or Private Youtube Video to demonstrate your invention

Mail a non-disclosure by certified mail and demo DVD

  •  Set up the physical product mission meeting using non-disclosures

Draw up an “Exclusive Licensing Agreement Contract”

  • Filing your utility or design patent trademark
  • Filing for copyright and trademark

Here's How to Contact Us

 Pastor Clayton Golliher, Director
Click to Call or Email
(213) 820-8305, PastorClayton@gmail.com

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