Patent Agents, Lawyers and Accountants are welcome to the Club
Accessible Funding to Members
Funds can be availed to members seeking to finance their projects. As a result of the Investors, Funders and Entrepreneurs in the Club, Members seeking financial support can find interested party(ies) in a partnership and/or financing for their original concept at any stage of development, from the initial creation to the marketing and commercialization of the resulting projects.
Lawyers, Accountants, Business Consultants and Patent Agents should become Consultant Members
The Club will offer them effective strategies to develop major projects, defend the most vulnerable creators’ rights and, consequently, capture a booming annual potential market of over eight million projects. Moreover, the world property (literary and/or artistic) of the unpublished* creation of the invention’s description supports the anteriority claims that must be submitted by the Patent applicant.
Patent Agents will benefit from becoming Consultant Club Members as they will find solutions to three longstanding concerns:
- officially associating the creation of the concept to the author of its description;
- indubitably establishing the author’s initial ownership over his creation;
- preserving the secrecy of such property and its resulting project for as long as necessary; that is, until the author has assigned or consigned commercial rights to a party with the stature to file, develop and legally protect an internationally-extended monopolistic title (Patent or other), as the case may be. Their membership will procure them with:
- An Expanded Clientele;
- Increased Revenues through the legal services offered to the USD Club network;
- Increased Earnings by acting as a Consultant to the creators/inventors/innovators of the USD Club;
- Substantiated Patents by transforming anteriority claims into true Global Properties derived from copyrights resulting from the literary and/or artistic work in which their description is embedded.
Guide Inventors with limited resources to enable their Intellectual Property to be extended to the world, without fearing unfair competition and industrial espionage
In 1996, according to a report by the American Society for Industrial Security (A.S.I.S.), one thousand one hundred acts of industrial espionage were committed against one thousand three hundred enterprises in the United States. These numbers already represented a total annual loss of three hundred billion US dollars in commercial value. In 2017, the annual loss could nearly be in the range of 700 billion US dollars. Internationally, it could exceed 2,000 billion USD $.
To achieve economic growth and generate new tax revenue, nations may hold a considerable interest in promoting the democratized access to Intellectual Property. Indeed, their people’s grey matter is the primary and inexhaustible source of innovations; the triggering generator of wealth and employment, whether they revolve around industry, services or art.
You now wish to file a patent application. As part of its services, the Club will refer you to Patent Agents or Intellectual Property Attorneys, who have officially adhered to its security regulations.
To help you take an informed decision, consider the following advice based on your selected social category, as shown below:
- Category X: You belong to an engineering and/or a scientific research department within an industrial enterprise of international scope with at least 500 employees, even several thousands or more;
- Category Y: You belong to an engineering and/or a scientific research department within an SME comprising 50 to 500 employees;
- Category Z: 1) You belong to an engineering and/or a scientific research department within a University; 2) you belong to an engineering and/or a scientific research service or to an SME with less than 50 employees; 3) you are an independent inventor.
Advice from the Club:
- Category X: Your enterprise has the means necessary to: 1) file for a high technological patent; 2) assume the costs incurred by a patent’s international or global extension; 3) assume the costs incurred by the patent’s global judiciary protection. Advice: whatever the means of an enterprise, there are always wealthier and/or more influential competitors in the world, thus justifying the complementary recourse to Copyright, resulting from an unpublished work, to transform patent’s anteriority claims into true globally recognized properties that enable criminal legal proceedings.
- Category Y: In spite of its financial means for an international patent filing (not global), your enterprise is nonetheless prey to the ruthless competition by international predators1. This risk alone justifies the complementary recourse to Copyright, resulting from an unpublished work, to transform patent’s anteriority claims into true globally recognized properties that enable criminal legal proceedings.
- Category Z- 1), 2) and 3): You are systematically preyed upon by vultures unless you are protected by an honest financier who can globally tackle the largest predators1 on the planet. Advice: The Club recommends that you first recur to Copyright resulting from an unpublished work prior to patent filing. Why? To support your patent’s anteriority claims with a dissuasive power against predators1. Upon discovering that your anteriority claims have become true world properties, making it possible to face criminal charges in the State of his residence, the predator may find it preferable to seek an amicable out-of-court settlement to your satisfaction.
1Not all manufacturers are necessarily predators.
* Please refer to Legal Corner