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MBHB Partner Kevin Noonan Authors Article Entitled, “Patent Docs: When is an invention “ready for patenting”?"

McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP partner Kevin Noonan, Ph.D. authors a March 2019 DDN News article entitled“Patent Docs: When is an invention “ready for patenting”?” When is an invention “ready for patenting”? And when should an inventor recognize that it is? Finally, should the standard for deciding when an invention is ready for patenting (in contrast to needing additional experimentation) be solely a legal question or depend on objective or subjective (i.e., an inventor’s) belief that the invention works for its intended purpose? View the article