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keeping an idea safe when presenting to investors

azbusinessazbusiness subscriber Posts: 12
edited September 2010 in Business Planning
I have a question,


I have a
business idea that would require investors. I have never done a
business at this caliber and was wondering what would be required in
order to keep my invention safe from being stolen. It is more of a
service invention. I am going to get a patent though what legal
paperwork should I obtain? Are there kits or should I have one written
from scratch?As for the patent, with showing only to investors will a provisional patent be good?Thanks!
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