Drafting a Patent

Patent drafting involves bringing out a description of an invention such that any person of ordinary skill in the art of the invention can make and use the invention. The description of the invention includes sections such as cross references, background of the invention, summary of the invention, brief description of drawings pertaining to the invention, detailed description of drawings pertaining to the invention, claims of the invention, abstract of the invention, embodiments pertaining to the invention, disclaimers and working examples. 

The cross reference section includes the title and the application number of the patent that the present invention claims priority of. Background of the invention brings out the drawbacks of the prior arts and the need for the present invention. The summary of the invention brings out the elements of the invention in a succinct manner. Brief description of the drawings pertaining to the invention lists out the drawings supporting the invention in short. The detailed description of drawings pertaining to the invention brings out the specification of all the drawings supporting the invention in full, clear and concise manner. The claims of the invention need to capture the inventive concept of the invention. The claims are represented in one or more independent claims and one or more dependent claims. The independent claim represents the core of the invention. The dependent claims bring out further aspects of the invention by building on the independent claim. The abstract of the invention is brought out in 150 words or fewer by converting the independent claims into non legal language.

Also included in the patent draft are embodiments pertaining to the invention. The embodiments of the present invention list optional ways of carrying out the invention. The working examples are used to bring out the step wise working of the invention. The working examples help in better understanding of the overall functionality of the invention. The disclaimers are used appropriately to not limit the invention to the working examples and embodiments provided in the specification.

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