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Google has nothing to do with the order of inventor, they host just display and index tools. it displays the exact order as listed in USPTO granted patent. Most likely your attorney/agent has listed name in alphabetical order. Now to second obvious question you can see MPEP 602.01(c)(2) Correcting or Updating Inventor Name 37 CFR 1.48(f) – Request Filed ...


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By way of preface, I note that this answer only really applies to the US. No other country has continuations-in-part, and most countries don't allow incorporation by reference. I would suggest that your proposed strategy would not really be ideal, from a commercial point of view. In US practice, a drafter typically wants to "hide" the invention, by talking ...


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The patent office in the USA discourages large numbers of claims by charging extra for each independent claim greater than 3. So the applicant must believe that there are valuable claims that are worth the extra application cost. Of course, having too many claims makes it much more likely that the USPTO will issue a restriction requirement, forcing the ...


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A researcher can quickly find difference in both patent applications by comparing both documents one to one. For this researcher can take help of WORD processing document MS office 2010 and above with feature to compare document. Steps would include:- Create word file of the document text. preferably from USPTO website. Open word document use Review Pane, ...


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