As Software Patenting can be quite complex and peculiar, there are a lot of misconceptions and myths held about it which deter Startup Founders and Corporations from filing for a software patent. In the last episode, Cynthia started to cover the most common and dangerous myths about software patenting.

In this episode, we will discuss the following myths:

  • It’s only important to obtain patents if you plan to sue competitors for infringement and litigation
  • Obtaining patents on software is somehow immoral and that it locks up innovation
  • Once you hire someone to work for you, your rights are protected simply because you’re paying them

It’s important to discuss these myths as it could well be the belief that’s stopping you from filing for a Software Patent and obtaining the protection you need for your invention.

You can find out more on our website at



Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp


You Might Like

The 5 Biggest Patent Pitfalls to Avoid

For companies that have proprietary software, protecting your intellectual property is essential to surviving in today’s market. While there are multiple avenues for protecting intellectual property – each with its…

Patent Roadmaps to Help Steer Your Business

Establishing a solid patent portfolio goes beyond filing individual patent applications. Securing enforceable intellectual property requires careful planning and cultivation of a portfolio of patents. A protective patent portfolio starts…