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What Do I Need Other Than a Patent

Question: I have read that merely getting a patent is not enough for me to sell and market my product. If that is true, what other legal things do I have to do to do these things? 31 more words

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O’Brien Coin Guide: Harington 'Patent' Farthings (1613-14) for James I

Introduction

Strictly speaking, the Harington ‘patent’ Farthings are not part of the Irish coinage of James I but, since many turn up in Ireland (either as genuine finds, or as imports by collectors or dealers), they cause a lot of confusion due to their having a harp on the reverse. 1,074 more words

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ONLY SPIDERMAN IS ETERNAL, NOT HIS PATENT!

Kimble vs. Marvel – U.S. Supreme Court, No. 13-720

Kimble is the inventor of toy patent obtained in 1991 which claim a glove that shoots pressurized foam string from the palm of the hand “to create a spider-like web for amusement purposes.” 470 more words

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EXPIRED PATENT FROM FAILING TO PAY MAINTENANCE FEES

Question: When can we reinstate our expired patent? How?
Question Detail: We have a patent that has expired. It expired because of failure to keep up with the maintenance fees of the patent. 59 more words

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DESIGN PATENT IS COPY OF UTILITY PATENT

Question: Do I have any legal recourse regarding apparently conflicting patents? How?
Question Detail: Someone has a design patent on my exact utility patent, same exact look, same exact function, same exact materials its made with. 119 more words

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Covered Business Method Patent Held Invalid under 35 USC 101 and Alice.

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) has issued a Final Written Decision of the invalidity of an Internet-related patent under the subject matter restrictions of 35 U.S.C. 489 more words

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Unitary Patent: Size Matters?

Following up on our previous article, we review what obstacles the Unitary Patent had to face and may have to face in the future. Furthermore, we take a look at what the Unitary Patent system will probably mean for a small European country based on a formerly classified study from PricewaterhouseCoopers that provides an in-depth analysis of the topic, with disturbing implications. 722 more words

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