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Pressman has more than 40 years of experience in the patent profession, as an examiner for the U.S...He'll talk about "patenting it yourself" and answer questions from the audience. The 15th edition of Pressman's book comes out in early April, and
Senate approved the America Invents Act, a bill designed to create jobs, promote innovation and improve companies' ability to compete economically with countries across the globe...Sen. Michael Bennet is trying to get one of those offices here in
03/30/11 Thomas Edison famously said genius is 1 percent inspiration, 99 percent perspiration. Perhaps Edison should have carved out a couple of percentage points for figuring out how to get a patent on an ingenious invention. For first-time
A new patent office -- in Detroit? It should be in Silicon Valley Special to the Mercury News Posted: 03/23/2011 08:00:00 PM PDT Later this year, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will open the doors to its first outside-the-Beltway office.
Thomas Edison famously said "genius is 1 percent inspiration, 99 percent perspiration." Perhaps Edison should have carved out a couple of percentage points for figuring out how to get a patent on an ingenious invention. For first-time inventors,
The patent application 'Modular Method to Prepare Tetrameric Cytokines with Improved Pharmacokinetics by the Dock-and-Lock (DNL) Technology' will issue as US Patent no...The patent will cover cytokine-antibody complexes made by the DNL technology...
Wright Brothers, the Building Co., has hired Randy Dodd as its new business development manager. Dodd has extensive experience in sales, marketing, business relations and management. He earned a masters of business administration from Pacific
It's hard to improve on a classic piece of Canadian sports equipment the hockey stick but Jean Martin says he's done it, and he's got the patents to prove it. Mr. Martin secured a U.S. patent for a hockey stick apparatus for stick handling training
In our scenario, Mr. and Mrs. Adams have three children, Elaine, who lives nearby and who is financially astute, and two sons who live out of state: John, a critical care nurse, and Mathew, who has been somewhat of a ne'er-do-well but who,
U.S. manufacturers are facing a barrage of "false marking" lawsuits over expired patent numbers, lawyers say. They are trying to craft a workable defense, but none has yet emerged, said Donald Rupert, a Chicago patent lawyer who tracks the issue. "I