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Yuri L. Eliezer
In general, it’s good practice to list everyone that has made a contribution to a substantive or significant portion of the invention as an inventor. Legally, an inventor is anyone who has contributed to the conception of what is claimed as the invention you wish to protect.
The USPTO provides a one-year period to convert your provisional patent application into a formal non-provisional patent application.
Inventors are those who help conceive an aspect of the claimed subject matter in a patent application. Several tests can be used to determine who is a true inventor.