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I have a prototype for an invention. It works, and has drawn a lot of attention from my peers. A lot of said peers are encouraging me to get a patent. I cant afford an attorney, but would like to build a startup around my invention. I’m tempted to simply draw more partners in and have them sign NDAs, and skip the patent and work toward staying ahead of the competition. Any advice?
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