The Art of the Draft

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I was reminded recently of the importance of matching the words with the intention, the advisor with the client, the effort with the value.

Perhaps this also applies to drafting a patent application. A simple invention, a simple patent? Sometimes, but not always. The simplest things can be the hardest to describe. And because inventions are new, there can be no or few words to help a patent attorney get started on a draft patent application. So, we frame a picture in our minds of where we want to end up, relax and let the words flow. Mulling over and crafting until the words come together.

All founded on the premise; begin with the end in mind.

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