Chicago patent attorney Rich Beem says that software can be patented if it is new, if it has utility, and if it is not obvious in view of other software.

The way to patent software is by filing a patent application. Business methods can also be patented, and it helps if the methods are technical in nature. Watch the video now for an example of a business method that has been patented.

For more information about how the Beem Patent Law Firm can assist you with protecting your software or business method, visit our educational website at, which includes a collection of rare Presidential patents. Patents are what we do. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me, Rich Beem, at (312) 201-0011. I welcome your call.

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