Your question was posted as a patent (invention) question for Pennsylvania. You won't find any good answers there. You need to ask the question again and say that your question is for "real estate law" for the US Territory of Puerto Rico (the territories are listed after the...Read more »
You may need to work with a patent attorney to fully answer this question. As a start, a Ronald Carter is a named inventor for US PAT. NO. US10949153B2 for Methods and systems for facilitating the generation of a customized response based on a context. The text of that patent indicates that...Read more »
I'm looking to build my own self-stabilizing skateboard (one wheel). Do I infringe on future motion's patents by doing so? I'm gonna develop the technology myself, although the premises will be similar to those of the... Read more »
I am pleased that you care about avoiding the patent rights of others. However, the short answer is that there is no way to give you a useful answer in this forum. This question requires that someone with the right skills look in great detail at what has been claimed and what you propose to do....Read more »
Our tech uses similar electronics to patent #20210022609, with the addition of piezoelectric power supply. This is our first experience of IP law as a start-up so I would be grateful for a run-through of the legal processes required.
-Would be possible to develop similar tech for market... Read more »
1) 20210022609 is NOT an issued US patent. It is publication of an application for patent. It is part of a family of patent applications filed by Northwestern University including a PCT application which is the front end for many patent systems in the world...Read more »
we have made few modifications in NA fixator to make it easy and effective to use as distractor for closed IL nailing of femur and tibia and want to get its patent number but dont know the procedure, pl guide
I have an idea that I'm working on that will have to be patented, but i am reluctant about asking people with the knowledge to build the idea for assistance as they may steal it and create it themselves. Is there a type of disclosure document that I can use to protect my idea?
I am not licensed in Illinois so you need to ask a local lawyer. But you should ask to have a Non-Disclosure Agreement that you use when you are vetting vendors and a more detailed agreement that you use when you hire a vendor.
The second agreement needs to include many things. For the...Read more »
The patent # on the bottom of the deep fryer is 200630060898.8 I took my deep fryer apart to clean the build-up of oil and grease and I want to be accurate in reassembling the electronic and mechanical parts. The Canadian Patent Office helped me obtain the American D600066 number.
Now, i see that they register a patent in USA, after I left the company. I never give any permission to register the patent in US territory.They can regist a patent, where I am as inventor, in USA without my permission?
They can file without your signature if you were under an obligation to assign your rights. They have to jump through some hoops. My memory is that they need to reach out to get your signature but can proceed if you refuse. I have not...Read more »
Depending on whether you want to commercialize this invention (sell it to others) you may have a lot of things to do. You may want to create an estimate on the size of the market and the likely costs to make your product.
But at bare minimum, you will need to consider whether you should...Read more »
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 things that can shorten...Read more »
His wife passed away before Christmas and has dementia. He lives in Texas and we live in Florida. He has no will. My husband is the only child of his. They said when he is released from the hospital that he will be sent to the state run nursing home. Then at that time his home will be locked... Read more »
Assuming all maintenance fees are paid and there is not a terminal disclaimer linking the end date to another patent, then the termination date is 20 years after the first non-provisional application in the family plus any bonus days extending the term through Patent Term Adjustment (PTA)....Read more »
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