I'm researching patent law. Where do I start?

Patents protect the rights of an inventor of certain items, including “any new and useful process, machine, article of manufacture, or composition of matter,” among others. The Law Library of Congress has published an online research guide to researching patent law and the patent process. Researchers can visit Patent Law: A Beginner's Guide to start their research.

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