Motion to Correct Inventorship – add one or more unnamed co-inventors to a patent application

Motion to Correct Inventorship:

(1983) Patents. A request in an interference
proceeding to add one or more unnamed co-inventors to the patent application. The
motion will be granted unless the unnamed co-inventor acted with the intent to deceive.”

(third definition)

“3. Patents. An administrative proceeding in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to determine who is entitled to the patent when two or more applicants claim the same invention, or when an application interferes with an existing patent.  This proceeding occurs when the same invention is claims (1) in two pending applications, or (2) in one pending application and a patent issued within a year of the pending application’s filing date. — Also termed priority contest.


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