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LexisNexis 2m
Here are five examples of how applicants and their attorneys can improve day-to-day strategy using the latest data tools.
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Linda Looby 21h
Last day of home working, getting ready to face the office on Monday morning... I’m SO not in the mood right now....🤨😒☹️😫😢
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Harry 24h
Like real , injunctions are needed for all . Damages alone are not the proper relief.
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Groupe PSA_EN Jul 1
, 1st applicant in France! With 1,183 patents 📃 registered in 2019, Groupe PSA is back to the first place of the ranking. ➡
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Ari Craine 10h
AT&T Intellectual Property is recognized as having one of the strongest portfolios in the industry. Key patent technology areas include communications and entertainment, customer experience, and cloud computing and applications.
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The Nature of Invention 🔬 Jun 28
He was granted numerous patents during his lifetime, including pneumatic post and ball and cylinder bearings, but Josef Ressel (born June 29 1793, d:1857) an Austrian 🇦🇹 forester and is best known for inventing the marine propeller, receiving its in 1827.
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Erhan Ayas Jul 2
Congrats to my colleagues; our patent application 'Production of Monticellite Based Bioactive Ceramics From Boron Waste' is granted by the European Patent Office.
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PatentRiff 💡⚙️📰 Jul 1
"Expedited Trademark Applications For COVID-19-Related Goods And Services: Recognizing the need for companies to quickly get products to market that might help combat the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States & Trademark Office is now paving the… "
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Kaufhold & Dix Patent Law Jul 2
We believe that a patent search can be crucial to the application process. Without it, you increase the chances that a large sum of money will be spent with an increase in the risk of failure.
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AMPACC Law Group Jul 1
Pleased to announce that Michael J. Smith recently joined our team! Mike has drafted and prosecuted patents within many different high-tech fields, including: telecommunications and networks, online gaming, cloud computing...
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Anshul Jul 2
On July 2, 1897: Wireless telegraphy advances into radio with Marconi's help
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Francis Tuttle Jul 2
to students Nathan Gillaspy, Ben Truong & Preston Stout for receiving a patent on their ! They created a universal pressurized spray nozzle that replaces a standard nozzle. This is the Academy’s 15th , & we couldn’t be more !
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ASC Jun 30
ASC receives European for Planner: The tool creates customized recording rules based on defined decision criteria. This benefits contact centers, financial institutions & public safety organizations. Full press release >>
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The Nature of Invention 🔬 13h
July 3, 1886, in Mannheim, Germany, inventor & mechanical engineer Karl Benz (1844-1929) drove the first automobile. Benz patented all the automobile-relevant internal combustion engine processes, receiving his 1st engine in 1879 & his 1st automobile patent in 1886.
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Dr. Erika Petersen 4h
Oh wow! I am officially holder of a for a device! 🥳
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mathematicianjr Jul 1
Me 3D printing my next order batch. It feels really good to create something and that something is mine- I actually have a patent application for my math learning tool. Order your Mathematician, Jr pack!
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PatentLawBlogs Jul 2
European Commission circling above--and still failing to help resolve--patent licensing dispute over automotive components via FOSS Patents
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The Daily Patent 13m
Here's a you've probably never heard of:
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TechPats 24h
"USPTO Grants Additional COVID-19-Related Relief to Applicants: On June 29, 2020, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued another notice under the authority granted by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security…
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TechPats Jul 2
"USPTO Offers Updated Relief for Certain -Related Filing or Payment Deadlines: From March to June of 2020, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) responded to the COVID-19 outbreak by offering various forms of relief to…
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