2 Critical Criteria for Patentability
Your invention or concept must meet two crucial conditions in order to be eligible for a patent. Rich outlines these criteria and how to assess if a patent is right for you in this second video of a six-part series.
The first criterion is that your invention must be patentable. This means it must meet one of the four conditions set forth by patent law: it must be a machine, a manufacturing, a composition of materials, or a process. The second criterion is individuality. This means that your invention must be unlike anything else on the market.