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Fat Lady in the Limelight?

J.D. Salinger was famous for saying (in Catcher in the Rye) “It’s not over until the fat lady sings.” This posting is about the August 13, 2015… 1,105 more words

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O’Brien Coin Guide: Armstrong & Legge’s 'Patent' Irish Halfpennies’ for Charles II

Introduction

On 23rd October 1680, letters patent were granted to Sir Thomas Armstrong and Colonel George Legge) to manufacture copper halfpennies for use in Ireland for a period of 21 years.   1,793 more words

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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

Coins

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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