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Posts Tagged ‘novelty’
Can I patent software and business methods? This is the first question most clients have, and one of the most common questions I get. But the real question is should you patent your software and business methods?
If you and your lawyer can identify solid arguments to overcome novelty and obviousness issues, then you should consider filing the application. If not, you may want to reconsider using patents to protect that feature.