Posts tagged with: patents

“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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Having intellectual property is good for valuation of your business. It is definitely an asset worth investing in especially if your goal is to become an acquirable brand. But first, you have to make sure that your trademarks, patents, and copyright are relevant to your long term business plan, or else they will be useless.......
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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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With Moneyball Product Design strategy based on buyer statistics, a safer baseball bat invention could have hit a home run aiming for Little League moms instead of striking out with manufacturers....
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We recently found ourselves in that situation with one of our designs sold at a retail office super store. As a Genderblend style with a distinctive “female-friendly” color and pattern, it was designed for a U.S. import company and has been an in-store item selling successfully for about 2 years. We found out last month......
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