Posts tagged with: inventors

“People ask me, ‘what’s the costliest part of patenting?’ I’ll tell them, the costliest part of patenting is your misinformation about patents,” says our Product Launch Hazzards expert Attorney Richard Goldstein, author of the¬†American Bar Association’s Consumer Guide to Obtaining a Patent. Rich graduated with an Engineering degree before being a patent lawyer, and has......
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Product developers, inventors, marketers, entrepreneurs, and curious listeners, lend us your ears: the success of your product does not rest on how passionate you are or how great you think your product is. There is a fundamental process that you must follow, which involves having the right things, in the right order, and the right......
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Inventors groups are rallying over the recent patent reform debate that favors big corporations and squash independent inventor rights. Pitting inventors against corporations like Apple, eBay, and in the 3D Printing world, Stratasys, is a losing proposition no matter where you fight it – in court, in the Patent & Trademark Office or in Congress.......
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As product designers, we watch ABC’s Shark Tank like people watch a freeway car chase. We’re just waiting for the Sharks to bite. Interestingly enough, over the last few seasons, we have found that the Sharks always take the “Sales” decoy bait, even when the rest of the product/invention has weak spots. Take Shark Tank......
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