PatentlyUseful(tm) For the USPTO

End-User License Agreement

PatentlyUseful(tm) For the USPTO requires that you accept the following End-User License Agreement before installation can proceed:

This add-on (“It”) is licensed to You(Fn2) at no charge.(Fn3) While It is free, It is likely not free from bugs and you use It at your own risk. You additionally agree 1.) I’m not responsible for anything bad that happens to You when using It and 2.) there’s no warranty on It.(Fn4) Additionally I’m keeping all of my rights to It.(Fn5)

So if you don’t agree to these terms don’t download It and don’t use It. If you do download It, use It, or continue to use It, then you are agreeing to this EULA. Enjoy!

Fn1 - I’m told making things “2.0” shows how incredibly savvy one is with modern technology and this whole "world wide web" (big shout out to Al Gore!), so welcome to the wonder world of “2.0”!
Fn2 - “You” includes, your company, organization and other users of any machine using or accessing It. Yes, even your mother-in-law.
Fn3 - Although if you find It helpful, feel free to throw some money in my hat! Donuts.... Mmmmmm.....
Fn4 - Seriously, It is provided to you for free. If It doesn’t work in any way or causes you some harm, damage or injury, don’t come looking for me to pay anything. That's just plain stupid. For those south of the Mason-Dixon line, that dog don't hunt. If you try collect money or compensation related to It then: 1.) you owe my attorney fees, 2.) you agree that You are showing the world You are a HUGE jackhole, and 3.) you release me and the whole world to be able to make fun of you in anyway desired. I wish I didn't have to make this clear, but we ALL know what jackholes some attorneys can be. After all, it's just the 90% that give us other 10% the bad name.
Fn5 - Dude, I'm a freaking IP attorney. Of COURSE, I'm keeping my rights in this. DUH!

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