Beware. This patent is NOT GOOD. I am the inventor of the power failure protection for this application. Also, I invented the software flow. The assignor failed to pay me for my work, whatsoever, in any lawful way. Moreover, the assignor had me working upon threats (labor trafficking) as well as forged the agreements I signed with him. He tricked me on that he will pay me a salary, same that was not truth. Finally, the assignor lied under oath by not including my name in the list of inventors.


Contact a lawyer, or the USPTO.

They have very few "crimes" they consider more serious than mis-stating inventors. We've been told time and time again to ensure we include all inventors, since not doing so is reason enough for invalidation of the patent, regardless of its merits.

And, if you're not willing to take the necessary action, quit whining. This isn't a soapbox :-) And there's absolutely nothing that we can do to fix it.


Contact the USPTO.

Not correctly identifying inventors may have serious consequences, and in certain circumstances, such mistakes can result in the patent being revoked under 35 USC 116 (US). There is a lot of case law on the web surrounding this legislation.

In the US it is only possible to correct errors in issued patents surrounding inventorship if they occurred without deceptive intent 35 USC 256 (US). Because ownership and inventorship are separate concepts, an error in inventorship cannot be resolved through a transfer of ownership, or through assignment to the true inventor(s). The requirements for the correction of inventorship of an issued patent is outlined in Rule 324, which requires a statement from each person added that the error occurred without deceptive intent, and a statement from each inventor consenting to these changes.

Good luck with it all.

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