Many pieces of the puzzle are missing. Is the manager working with a different company? Who is selling it? Does your company know? There are many more facts needed to determine if something is wrong here. If you are serious about the inquiry it would probably be necessary to get a consultation from...Read more »
I am the principal inventor for application. The other co-invertors can be viewed " Patents by Inventor NAME" few days after the publication (01/21/2021). However, I cannot see mine? Any idea, how I can activate mine? Thank you
Don't guess how protective Disney will be about any of its copyrighted materials once you start doing a website using or referring to them. I would even search "Jedi" to see if it is copyrighted. You should have a consultation with an intellectual property attorney who can guide...Read more »
The question raises copyright and trademark questions. In all likelihood Disney would not care if you supported the franchise. The facts do not indicate how you would make references to Disney properties or possibly use them. There may be ways to do it right. There are very many ways to do it...Read more »
You will need to contact the assignee, Luxe Link, LLC, and see if they are interested in licensing to you. I suggest that you contact an intellectual property attorney, who can help you with a licensing agreement.
Your question doesn't mention a patent number, but U.S. patents typically show "Attorney, Agent, or Firm" on the front page of each patent. Depending on how the attorney or firm fills out the issue fee paperwork, a U.S. patent might list only the firm name, or only the attorney, or...Read more »
"The pillow cushion has a first major surface, a second major surface, and deformable wall members extending between the first major surface and the second major surface. The deformable wall members are located and configured to define voids therebetween such that the deformable wall members... Read more »
I see that what you quoted has more than one period. It looks like you are quoting the abstract. That is not what you need to look at. You need to have a patent attorney review the issued claims and see what they require.
A claim may have 25 nouns and 25 verbs but by law has only one...Read more »
A method for interpreting user submitted coupon images is described. A coupon image is received over a network from a user. The coupon image is associated with a coupon. A server system processes the received coupon image to identify one or more coupon matching characteristics. The one or more... Read more »
Is it to provide information not provided in SB/16 cover sheet form such as: Publication Information, Representative Information, Domestic Benefit/National Stage Information, Foreign Priority Information, Authorization or Opt-Out of Authorization to Permit Access, etc.?
Im seeking assistance with the review of some trademark applications I have completed and I'd like to review for accuracy before I submit. I also have a few questions about technology IP; specifically with the use of some thermal imaging products and supporting software... Read more »
You need a consultation with a good "intellectual property" attorney. You can search the internet for one in your area or you can contact the local bar association for a referral to one. This question cannot be answered without a review of all the relevant documents, particularly the...Read more »
Google Patents notes that your patent expired in 2006 for failure to pay a maintenance fee. You may want to discuss this with your patent attorney. There are ways to pay for an unintentional failure to pay a maintenance fee to revive a patent that lapsed for failure to pay the...Read more »
Thank you for your answer, Peter. The intend is to combine several existing products in order to create a single product for a completely different purpose. If I understand you correctly, it will likely be a patentable product in which case I will seek a further consultation with a patent attorney.... Read more »
While watching a popular late night show, they featured a sketch of an infomercial for a fake product which does not appear to be in production, on sale anywhere and does not show up in a Copyright search, Trademark Search or Patent Search. Prior to obtaining formal legal counsel I would like to... Read more »
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