Novel compounds were isolated, characterized and elucidated from a traditional herbal medicinal product that had been in use for centuries by folk medicine practitioners. Is it possible to file a patent on this?
answered on Oct 12, 2022
This is a very difficult to answer just based on the information you have provided. I advice you to seek qualified patent attorney in your region/city so he can guide you through the whole process and discuss you with your options.
answered on Jul 18, 2022
D638624 is a design patent and thus only covers the ornamental appearance of the wallet not the more abstract idea of a curved bi-fold front pocket wallet.
Given how few details there are in their design patent, they may try to assert the idea broadly and seek take-down orders against you... Read more »
I’m from a different city and did not understand the paperwork. i missed my 30 day limit but i have proof where the money comes from. i can’t afford a lawyer to even get help. i’m also a trucker and could not make the time frame due to not knowing or have to go right back to work to even pay... Read more »
answered on Mar 13, 2022
Goodness that is a long Paragraph without making clear whar the question is. Call lawyer.
The application has been assigned to my company. I want to add one more inventor before it is issued. Can I add one more inventor before the patent is issued? I have not paid the issue fee yet.
answered on Jan 18, 2022
Yes, you can. Just let your patent counsel know the details and they should be able to take care of it for you.
I am in need of a new curator to handle my money affairs as my present curator =daughter will not let me near my money=assets!
Who or what kind of company can take over this position? If a new curator can take over then about how much will this cost me the interdicted person?
answered on Aug 20, 2021
A bank, CPA, relative or attorney can be appointed as your Curator. There is no set fee.
Let's say several of these items are sold and one of the inventors is deceased does his children entitled to receive any royalties then and as of now
answered on Jul 20, 2021
I am sorry that your inventor/parent has died. I hope he lived a full life and left you with many fond memories.
If the inventor worked for an employer, the chances are good that the inventor/employee assigned rights over to the employer and is not entitled to royalties. (Just like if... Read more »
answered on Feb 28, 2021
This was listed as Patents Intellectual Property. That is what I do and this is not a question I can help you with. Perhaps you should add Family Law and Probate.
answered on May 28, 2020
The question is a little unclear, I think this will answer it.
If you are viewing the patent through the USPTO search function/website (USPTO Patent Full-Text and Image Database (PatFT)), when you are viewing the patent, click on the images button at the top of the page. This will bring... Read more »
I have the molds for these boats and was checking to see if patent expired
answered on Apr 4, 2020
Patent term is more confusing than it should be. The one part that is simple, is that patent term is not a function of the technology. There is not a way for the applicant to apply to extend the patent term (unlike trademarks or copyrights). (but as noted below, there are... Read more »
Specifically any patents on permaroofs under the last name Black or Southern Builders out of El Dorado, Arkansas. Also there is Southern Builders out of Lebanon, Tennessee.
answered on Jan 14, 2020
There is a place to register patent assignments at the USPTO just like you register title to a piece of property. Not everyone does this but most people do and there are incentives to register assignments for certain types of patents. You can look for the the assignee names here --... Read more »
answered on Dec 30, 2019
It would be a bad idea for me to guess what led to the abandonment and what response you filed. It would be a good idea for you to contact the USPTO help desk as they can look into the electronic file and let you know the next step.
You can call 571 272 4200 ( they have several phone... Read more »
The idea works similar to the expanding stent in that it uses the expansion and compression properties of a similar geometry to pull and contract muscles through epidermal stimuli
answered on May 13, 2019
This is a very good question, which will take time to research and answer. You are going to have to hire a patent attorney to answer it.
However, what I can tell you, is that if the fabric and the mesh are in commerce used as medical devices, then there is an excellent chance that they are... Read more »
I am in the process of making a video game and one of the world's is pokemon themed. I understood I cannot use their name but was wondering if I could use pokemon likenesses as nuisance creatures.
answered on Jun 5, 2018
Your question did not include a patent number. The first step of answering the question is to determine whether there is a patent that has issued and has not expired. You may want to do some searching using tips at my slide set http://bit.ly/Patent_Searching .
Generally the patent system... Read more »
My sister filed a pic that listed specific financial powers where my mom was suppose to sign each power but there was no usufruck mentioned
answered on Apr 3, 2018
I'm assuming that by "pic" you mean POA. Also, I'm not sure whose usufructuary power you're referring to: her late husband's? This question is one that is better answered by an attorney after review of the power of attorney you're referring to. Feel free to... Read more »
Somewhat like boudin, but not. Full entree meals fully cooked that are stuffed into raw hog casings and just require bringing up to temp.
answered on Jan 15, 2018
There are dozens or hundreds of patents on making sausages or boudin. Some of them may extend to premade entrees.... Read more »
answered on Nov 22, 2016
269 patents and patent published applications.
Additionally, there may be other patent applications which have not yet been made public. We wont know... Read more »
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