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Q: Are there any patents for nitinol diamond expanding fabric for human locomotion? Also 3D nitinol diamond mesh.

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

Peter D. Mlynek 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...
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Q: Are pokemon likenesses covered under their patent. For example may I use a creature that looks like a Squirtle.

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.

Kevin E. Flynn 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...
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Q: Is usufruct power automatically given in a durable power of attorney in louisiana

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

Douglas Lee Bryan 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 give me a call if you wish to arrange... Read more »

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Q: Is there a patent for the preparation method that consists of a premade entree stuffed into a casing?

Somewhat like boudin, but not. Full entree meals fully cooked that are stuffed into raw hog casings and just require bringing up to temp.

Peter D. Mlynek answered on Jan 15, 2018

Yes.

There are dozens or hundreds of patents on making sausages or boudin. Some of them may extend to premade entrees....
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Q: Hi, can you please tell total number of patents of Abbott Medical optics (AMO)? Applied and approved.

Peter D. Mlynek answered on Nov 22, 2016

269 patents and patent published applications.

See: https://assignment.uspto.gov/patent/index.html#/patent/search/result?id=abbott%20medical%20optics&type=patAssigneeName

Additionally, there may be other patent applications which have not yet been made public. We wont know about...
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