Inventor Process, Inc., herein referred to as “IP, Inc.”, a Nevada Corporation having its principle offices at 3035 S. Jones Blvd, Suite 1, Las Vegas, Nevada 89146, being ever mindful of our reputation and good standing wishes to be absolutely sure that no misunderstanding exists between us and any visitor to our website. Therefore, we ask that you read the following Disclosures, and also the Terms of Service, and acknowledge that you understand and agree to them.
IP, Inc. is in the business of selling patent searches and the Direct Submission Program™ to independent inventors and others. IP, Inc. is not an Invention Submission Company. IP, Inc. does not submit an Inventor’s idea to any company as the Inventor’s representative. Instead we offer the Direct Submission Program™ so inventors can promote their own invention.
Whereas IP, Inc. agrees to always expend its best efforts in fulfilling contractual obligations to clients, all clients must understand that the success of a new Invention is a difficult and uncertain process with no guarantee of profit. Attempting to get a new invention to the shelves of the marketplace is a HIGH-RISK endeavor with NO GUARANTEE of success. IP, Inc. confirms that it does NOT guarantee the success of any Invention, enterprises or endeavor.
Client agrees IP, Inc. has in NO WAY induced Client to purchase any service either by written or verbal assurances.
- IP, Inc. does not market or develop ideas.
- IP, Inc. will assume and you agree to hold IP, Inc. harmless in regards to the following assumptions:
- The Invention is technologically feasible, and is not restricted by any law.
- The Invention will work as designed by the Inventor and is safe for customer use.
- The product will comply with any pertinent safety codes or regulatory requirements.
- The product does not infringe on another individual or company’s Intellectual Property.
IP, Inc. is not a law firm. IP, Inc. is not authorized to practice law or provide any legal advice. IP, Inc. does not provide any legal advice on any subject matter. Using the Website or communication with IP, Inc. by any means does not create an attorney-client relationship.
Use of the Website and the exchange of information with IP, Inc. does not constitute or establish a business relationship between you and IP, Inc. Please do not consider there to be any business relationship between you and IP, Inc. until you have received written confirmation of such a relationship.
IP, Inc. expressly disclaims all liability in respect to actions taken or non-actions based on the contents of the Website. The content on the Website is solely for informational purposes only. IP, Inc. is not responsible for any actions you take or do not take based on this content or any other information you receive from IP, Inc. regardless of how you received said information. The information on the Website or received by IP, Inc. via any other means should not be taken as an indication of future results. IP, Inc. disclaims all liability for any mistake in connection with information exchanged through the website or any other communication means.
IP, Inc. does not guarantee the content of the Website is applicable to your Invention, is accurate, is free from viruses, is free from malicious code, or will be uninterrupted. IP, Inc. may change the content of the Website at any time and without notice.
In the event of a chargeback by Inventor, Inventor agrees and acknowledges to a $500 investigation and chargeback fee per individual chargeback. All chargeback and investigation fees are due immediately upon notification of chargeback from IP, Inc’s payment processor.
Provisional Patent Disclaimers:
Full Patent Protection provides legal protection for Inventions. IP, Inc. is not a law firm. IP, Inc. is not authorized to practice patent law or provide any patent advice. IP, Inc. does not provide any legal or patent advice; instead we recommend to our clients that they contact a Registered Patent Agent or Attorney when necessary.
No one, except the Commissioner of Patents, can grant or guarantee issuance of a patent. This determination is made by Patent Examiners within the United States Patent and Trademark Office and is beyond the realm of IP, Inc. Client acknowledges and agrees IP, Inc. has not made any representations, warranties, promises or guaranties concerning the outcome of patent services and/or the issuance of a United States Patent should Client file a non-provisional patent application and nothing in the Terms or Disclosures shall be understood as such representations, warranties, or guarantees.
Client acknowledges and agrees that IP, Inc. only utilizes USPTO registered patent attorneys and patent agents, herein after referred to as PA, to draft and file provisional patent applications. Client authorizes IP, Inc. and PA to share Client information with each other in regards to drafting and filing Client’s provisional patent application.
Client acknowledges and agrees that IP, Inc. and the PA are only responsible for:
- Preparing a single draft of a United States provisional patent application.
- Perform at a maximumof one revision based on Client’s review of the application. Please note – additional revisions will incur additional costs and IP, Inc. nor the PA are obligated to implement such revisions.
- Properly completing necessary United States Patent & Trademark Office filing forms and micro-entity forms.
- Filing Client’s provisional patent application
- Client acknowledges and agrees that IP, Inc. nor the PA have any other responsibilities whatsoever in regards to the Provisional Patent Application.
Client acknowledges that IP, Inc. and the PA will not provide any additional services beyond those listed in number 2 of these Disclosures without additional costs to Client. Client acknowledges that services beyond those listed in number 2 of these Disclosures may be retained through IP, Inc. and the PA for an additional fee. Client may also select other legal counsel of clients own choosing to provide any additional patent services.
Client acknowledges and agrees to the following:
- The Provisional Patent application will automatically be abandoned 12 months after the Provisional Patent filing date, and to keep the priority date established by the Provisional Patent the Client must file a corresponding non-provisional utility patent within that 12 month period.
- A Provisional Patent Application can be an informal document not sufficient to support a later non-provisional utility patent filing with respect to priority under United States Patent & Trademark Office requirements.
- A Provisional Patent Application is not reviewed for merit or approved by the United States Patent & Trademark Office, and non-provisional utility patent protection may not be available.
- A Provisional Patent Application will never become an issued patent.
- Client is solely responsible for retaining all documentation from the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
- Client is solely responsible for any and all communication with the United States Patent & Trademark Office
- Client is solely responsible for responding to any and all communication with the United States Patent & Trademark Office as well as meeting any deadlines.
Client confirms and agrees to hold IP, Inc. and PA completely harmless in regards to any circumstances, communications, missed deadlines, and/or anything else associated with the Provisional Patent filing.
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Inventor Process, Inc.
3035 S. Jones Blvd, Suite 1
Las Vegas, NV 89146