It may be too late to file a patent application if you wait too long.


It does not matter anymore if you are the first to come up with the new idea, what matters is the first one to file a patent application wins the race.


Under a new law partly taking effect in 2013, the person that files first wins.


It’s called the American Inventors Act (AIA). Under the old law,

they used an INTERFERENCE PROCEEDING to determine the first inventor

similar to a court trial – BUT NO MORE.


That’s why you should move now.

Call or email me NOW. 847 413 1000 or vicvardon@sbcglobal.net

I’ve been in this business for a long time – I was in DC doing patents when General Dwight David Eisenhower was President.

The patent system took another small blow recently when they decided damages can only be based on a portion – rather than the price of the entire product. But don’t worry about that. The law still says that your recovery in an infringement is never less than a reasonable royalty. I won a million-dollar arbitration once with the argument – after the other guy said “We never made any money on this project” – JUDGE ‘ROYALTIES SHOULD NEVER BE BASED ON THE PAULTRY OR NON-EXISTENT PROFITS OF AN INFRINGER’ – WE WON THAT.

Don’t get too concerned just yet about all the money you’re going to make on your idea.

The first thing you need to do is make sure your idea is new – that’s why I search your ideas first. If it’s not new, stop spending money on it and get on to something else.

If it’s new and you want to make it work and do some marketing, you need to build a working prototype.

If it’s a locomotive, you obviously can’t make full-sized engines. But if it’s fairly small, you can. I can help you line up and price the parts you need. You may need CAD programs to make parts because most sample molders work only from CAD programs. I can help you here.

Then when you have the CADS you need in some cases 3D printer or a STEREOLITHOGRAPHER. I CAN HELP YOU WITH THAT. Also- you will probably need part making using drilling-milling or CNC machining. I do my own at a shop in Elgin and I can help you with that also.

When you make a prototype, you find your idea needs changes to make it work. I can assist you with the changes. I’m also an engineer from the University of Wisconsin – and have prototyped hundreds of products myself.

These production services are not included in the price of that patent application.

I will give you a fixed price on your patent application including the drawings-the entity fee, the Oath, the filing fees-the abstract, the background of the invention, the specification and the claims. I will not increase the price later.

YOU NEED TO EMAIL OR CALL MR ALLEN AT VICVARDON@PATAPP.COM AND TELE AT 847 413 1000 OR 847 884 9135 NOW

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