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Leading Canadian Expert In Invention Development Interviewed, The Invention Process
'Vince the InventionGuy' talks about everything from Patenting an idea to methods of marketing and profiting from a new invention. He can be found at www.2innovative.net If you are starting out with a new idea this is a good place to start. He also has offices throughout Canada to help new inventors get their ideas off the ground. The InventionGuy can help you with patent search, patenting an idea, promoting or licensing your invention to make sure you protect your invention and maximize its profits. Vince 'The InventionGuy' Kehoe has been developing inventions since 1991 and is the President of Innovative Licensing & Promotion, Inc.
Views: 157969 Vince Kehoe
See Morgellons at CitizensAHT.org Citizens Against Harmful Technology NARRATED version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0PWi77uMH0 Supporting research at http://www.skizit.biz/2013/07/21/ecdysone-insect-hormone-an-inducible/ When you register, please consider making a $10-$20 donation for the furtherance of this research. Books and articles that confirm this research must be paid for through donations. The only way genetic transformations in Morgellons can occur is with the strict tight control by inducible expression systems such as ecdysone. Here is a model of the ecdysone receptor molecule. This is what the new DNA inserts, a molecule which will accept non-human hormones to start the transcription of foreign DNA in the body. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-9wOuqbIwQ MORE MORGELLONS VIDEOS HERE: http://www.youtube.com/my_videos?o=U For more information on gene therapy and human hair in Morgellons, please see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9ab-is8hcA&list=PLEPFBadkrzNnX75HHABLsIkaYquDVUlt9 This is a copyrighted original work and may not be copied or remade in whole or in part. Some have remade this video which are not supported by the research. If you have any questions, please write me at [email protected] Please use the donate button on my channel or website. There are ways you can help. Thanks for supporting this research. I am working on the next video about Agrobacterium, Ecdysone, Fungus, Mineralization by Bacteria, Biosynthesis of Fibers, Amyloid Fibers, Dermatophytes and other subjects. This requires the purchase of articles and research materials. The supporting research is being prepared in written form so it will be available as soon as the video is completed at skizit.biz. What is a possible treatment for Morgellons insects, bacteria and fungi? See http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=1924&page=31 Medicinal Uses for Neem Tree Oil (take internally only denatured neem) Morgellons patents: US 6245531 Polynucleotides Encoding Insect Ecdysone Receptor http://www.patentlens.net/imageserver/getimage/US_6245531.pdf?id=1333897&page=all US 5514578A Polynucleotides Encoding Insect Steroid Hormone Receptor Polypeptides and Cells Transformed With Same http://www.patentlens.net/patentlens/patents.html?patnums=US5514578&returnTo=quick.html%3Fquery%3D%2528US5514578%2Bin%2Bpublication_number%2529#p0 Inventors: David Hogness, 650-723-6166, [email protected] Michael Koelle, 203-432-5662, [email protected] William Seagraves, 203-432-4537, [email protected] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SPRING HOUSE, Pa.--(BW HealthWire)--May 7, 2002 Agreement grants Invitrogen nonexclusive, worldwide rights to manufacture and sell Ecdysone-Inducible Expression research kits RHeoGene today announced it has egotiated an agreement to grant Invitrogen (Carlsbad, CA) a nonexclusive, worldwide sublicense for sales of Invitrogen's Ecdysone-Inducible Expression System and related products for research purposes only. RHeoGene holds an exclusive license to Stanford University patents U.S. 5,514,578, 6,245,531 and EP Patent 0517805 that cover sales and use of certain ecdysone-based products. Invitrogen has been manufacturing and selling its Ecdysone- Inducible Expression System under a separate license since 1996. Under its license from RHeoGene, Invitrogen will continue to provide Ecdysone-Inducible Expression System products to academic, government, industrial, and clinical institutions for research purposes. Customers wishing to use ecdysone receptor-based gene expression systems for commercial purposes should contact RHeoGene for a commercial license. "This licensing agreement is the first external validation of the importance of RHeoGene's exclusive license to the intellectual property encompassed by these Stanford patents after broader claims to U.S. 5,514,578 were granted," said Tom Tillett, RHeoGene Executive Vice President for Operations. The Stanford patents are directed to genes that encode insect-based ecdysone receptors from a broad range of insect species and methods for regulating gene expression in host cells. The patent coverage includes ecdysone receptor (EcR) genes originating from Drosophila, the basis of Invitrogen's Ecdysone-Inducible Expression System. The patents are based on the pioneering research of Dr. David Hogness, Emeritus Munzer Professor of Developmental Biology and Biochemistry at Stanford University. RHeoGene's exclusive license to these patents encompasses all uses outside of plants, including cell-based assays, genomics, proteomics, gene therapy, cell culture/fermentation, transgenic animals, and biosensors. RHeoGene focuses on delivering customized inducible gene expression technology systems to advance proteomics, drug discovery, biotherapeutics production, and human gene therapy. RHeoGene's operations are located in Spring House, Pa., and Charlottesville, Va. For more information, visit www.rheogene.com.
Views: 98697 Skizit Gesture
How to Tighten a Compression Fitting with the New Superlok Patented Pop-Off Ring Technology!
Exclusive ... Engineered Technology! The Industry Changing Superlok I-Fitting Patent (405) 509-2665 * www.mako-products.net * Stainless steel tube fittings. Mako Products presents the world's first SMART FITTING! The patented indicator ring pops off when the fitting is tightened to the correct torque... making a perfect connection every time!! *No more guessing your connection * Engineered to be the safest fitting in the market *Saves Money- End leaks, prevent down equipment costs, stop wasting improperly installed fittings * See hear and feel the indicator ring pop off *Interchangeable with all major brands *Outperforms the competition in Safety, Quality and Reliability Mako Products is your source for the Superlok I-Fittings. Our "red ring" fitting offers the only solution to the problems that all other fittings have. A standard fitting must be installed by hand tightening the nut, marking the nut and body and then tightening an additional 1 ¼ turns to properly seat the fitting with the tubing. This is not an exact science as a slight offset angle on the tubing causes the hand tightening procedure to stop at unreliable points. In addition, any debris or other thread issues will affect the hand tightening stop point. Our Superlok fitting provides an industry changing solution by incorporating a patented indicator ring on each fitting. As the fitting nut is tightened, the indicator ring simply pops off of the fitting at the exact point of perfect torque and compression. A user can see, hear and feel the precision connection being made. A blue band appears after the fitting has been tightened as a secondary confirmation that the fitting has been installed correctly. With this technology, even an unskilled worker can be guaranteed a precise connection every time. By taking the guesswork out of installing fittings correctly, Superlok has created the safest, most reliable fitting line in the market! Mako Products- Edmond, Oklahoma Phone: 405-509-2665 Email: [email protected] Web: www.mako-products.net
Views: 2395 Thad Shaw
How to Make Money From a Utility Patent Through a Licensing Agreement - Part 1
http://www.newbusinesscreator.com Licensing agreements are commonly used by inventors to make income from their utility patents. If you are an inventor and you want sell or licence your invention it is important to have all of your ducks in order before taking off on the road to demonstrate it. The first item you need to check off you action list is getting some type of patent protection. Don't even bother taking your invention on the road until you have a utility patent or at the very least a patent pending. The more solid your protection, the better your odds of getting your foot in the potential licensee's door. It is important to know that many companies will refuse to sign non-disclosure documents. Often times they are concerned that they could get sued if they reject your idea but later come out with something similar. In fact many companies will require you to sign a "Waiver Agreement". If you sign this document, you agree to give up your right to sue them if they reject your offer and pursue a similar idea later. Another potential agreement companies will present to you is a licensing agreement. With a license you are leasing your legal rights to your invention. If the licensee fails to honor the terms of the licensing agreement, the inventor can terminate the agreement and reclaim possession of the patent rights. It is important to note that there is a great deal of flexibility when drafting licensing agreements. You can, for example limit the license for a period of time, or to a certain geographical area. You can potentially license your invention to more than one company. If a company is interested in ether assigning or leasing your invention they will initially present you with a letter of intent. This document is drafted after you and the company agree on the general licensing terms. This is not a binding contract. Think of it as a first draft of the licensing agreement. Occasionally you will be offered an option agreement. A potential licensee uses this document to prevent you from licensing your invention for a certain period of time while they make their final decision. In general, the longer the option period, the more money you should receive for the option. If all of your efforts to sell or license your patent are coming up empty handed, you should probably enlist the help of an invention licensing agent or product promoter. One very good way to find a licensing agent or a product promoter is to pitch your invention in IntellectualPropertyStore.com. This listing site can be used to showcase your patent to hundreds of licensing agents and product scouts that are scanning this site daily for products they may be interested in promoting. These professionals have major industry connections. So if you want to get your invention in front of the decision makers that can turn your idea into a reality, then decide to showcase it in IntellectualPropertyStore.com today! When you have a valuable patent, another option you can consider is creating your own company to manufacture and sell your invention. If you are considering this option, you need to check out NewBusinessCreator.com. This website will give you the information that's needed to create a successful business. It also serves as a portal to a number of affiliated listing sites that will enable you to obtain the capital, human resources, materials and marketing systems that will be required make your dreams a reality. http://youtu.be/35viUE1JuSs
Views: 2469 NewBusinessCreator
How Patent Trolls Kill Innovation
"My statement to someone that is the victim of a patent troll lawsuit is that you are completely screwed," says Austin Meyer, who is himself the target of a so-called "patent troll" lawsuit. Meyer is a software developer and aviation enthusiast. His two passions intersected in the '90s when he created a flight simulator called X-Plane, which quickly grew in popularity, outlasting even the once-popular Microsoft Flight Simulator. As many software developers do, Meyer made his application available on mobile devices like the iPhone and Android. And this is where he first ran into trouble. A company called Uniloc has sued Meyer for patent infringement over a patent called, "System and Method for Preventing Unauthorized Access to Electronic Data." When a computer runs a paid application, one way that developers can assure that a customer has actually purchased the application is by coding the application to match a license code with an encrypted database. This is a method that most paid applications on the Android market use. It's a method that Meyer argues has been in use since at least the late '80s. This is the idea that Uniloc claims to own. "A patent troll is a company, a person... who owns patents, but doesn't make anything or sell anything," says Julie Samuels, an attorney and the Mark Cuban Chair to Eliminate Stupid Patents at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Samuels says that patent trolls are a huge tax on innovation and add nothing valuable to the marketplace. A study out of Boston University estimates the direct economic damage that patent trolls cause to be around $29 billion a year, and this doesn't account for hush-hush, off-the-record settlements. But the bigger problem, says Samuels, is the patent system itself. "You can't separate the problem with the patent troll from the problem with software patents," says Samuels. "There are hundreds of thousands of software patents floating around that are really broad, that are really vague ... and a lot of them are bought up by patent trolls." A Yale study found that the U.S. patent office is approving new software patents at an approximate rate of 40,000 a year. That's more than 100 new software patents every day. Tracking every software patent to make sure one is not in violation would be an utter impossibility without a full-time team of lawyers on staff. Uniloc, which purchased the patent in question at a bankruptcy proceeding, declined an interview request for this piece. But on their website, they brag about a victory over software giant Microsoft resulting in $388 million in damages (though this amount was later lowered in an appeals court). Despite the enormous risk, and the enormous cost just to defend against a patent suit, Meyer is resolved to do so. "I will not simply give somebody money that endorses the idea that they should sue people for doing something amazing," says Meyer. "It must be stopped at some point." About 6 minutes. Produced by Zach Weissmueller. Shot by Amanda Winkler, Tracy Oppenheimer, and Weissmueller. Music by Case Newsom, Broke for Free, and Pionir. Visit Reason TV for downloadable versions and subscribe to Reason TV's YouTube channel to receive automatic updates when new material goes live.
Views: 64811 ReasonTV
Launching a new food product - Ask Evan
http://www.evancarmichael.com/Masters/ - NEWEST VIDEO http://www.evancarmichael.com/Worksheets/ - Worksheets for Entrepreneurs Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! In this video I answer a question from one my readers who asked: "Hello , I have a food product idea that does not exist in the market, It uses an existing product as one of its ingredients but then with the addition of at least 4 more items turns into something else that has yet to be discovered, packaged & marketed. Obviously the producer of the main ingredient would be the ideal company to sell the idea/recipie to as they can easily use their production & packaging facilities to complete the new product. How would I approach them & protect my idea but still be able to tell them what it is ?? Any ideas ? Thanks"
Views: 5597 Evan Carmichael
Patent Basics (2) - The File History
Inventors statements when applying for a patent, can impact the interpretation of the patent later. A "file history estoppel" example is explained.
Views: 9532 Patent Basics
Lay-Over Stand (Patent Pending) by Motorsport Products - How-To
A quick "how-to" for the new Motorsport Products (Patent Pending) Lay-Over Stand. Order now through any Parts Unlimited dealer as well as online at BTO Sports and Rocky Mountain MC/ATV.
Views: 9721 Husqvarna120
Patent Basics (6) - Royalty Calculations
A basic patent royalty calculation is demonstrated and the components explained. Issues related non-US patents are identified. The old "25% Rule" is discussed...(don't tell anyone)...
Views: 5646 Patent Basics
Intergrated Adjustable Toilet Seat Handle (New Invention) Patent No.: US 8,689,367
Adjustable Toilet Seat Handle Patent No.: US 8,689,367 Seeking product information or business partner contact: [email protected]
Views: 2714 Thai Nguyen
Conference | Design Patents in the Modern World: Design Patent Prosecution
On April 5, 2013, The Stanford Law, Science and Technology Program hosted the conference "Design Patents in the Modern World." Drawing on the experience of lawyers, in-house counsel and academics, the conference explored both practical and policy ramifications of recent changes in the law and from recent high-profile cases like Apple v. Samsung. In the panel "Design Patent Prosecution" panelists discussed how to include empirical data on patent prosecution times/allowance rates; the implementation of the new Hague treaty allowing multiple designs in a single application and how it affects business incentives and patent prosecution both in the US and abroad.
Views: 1181 stanfordlawschool
How to remove scratches from patent leather, Vernis handbags from Cleo Nicci
http://www.cleonicci.com How to remove scratches from patent leather, Vernis handbags from Cleo Nicci. How to remove light scratches From your Patent Leather Bag. (Tested on Cleo Nicci bags. Use this method on other brand bags at your own risk.) Most light scratches that do not reach the Paint Layer of the leather can easily be refinished. To get started all you need is: 1. Isopropyl Alcohol 2. Dust Free Cloth 3. Petroleum Jelly First you should thoroughly clean the bag. Click this link for more info. Note!: we are purposefully adding scratches. This is not a part of the process. Please Don't do this. First apply a good amount of petroleum jelly to a small part of the cloth. Then rub it into the scratch with a gentle but firm motion. Then remove the excess with the clean part of the cloth. Some residue might be left over just wipe away with a clean paper towel. Do not use use the alcohol to clean the jelly. Please keep watching we will post videos on how to cover-up deeper scratches, how to clean the hardware, and much more. We will also have videos of our new collections, please subscribe~ Thank You for Watching! Please visit us at: www.cleonicci.com You can read our latest news, view our pics, and shop for our latest collection.
Views: 18423 Cleo Nicci
Remove Scuff Marks from your Patent Heels!
Hey Beautiful Youtubers! This was a quick video on how to remove a scuff from your patent leathers heels/boots. Products: ***Your Choice of Brand "Non"- Acetone Nail Polish Remover ***Washcloth or paper towel ***H20 ***Some elbow muscle :] Follow me on instagram : _drysdelle Email : [email protected] Thanks a Million !!
Views: 43716 Drysdelle Patulot
Intangible Assets Accounting (Internally Developed Patent, Useful Life Amortize, R&D Expense)
Accounting for an intangible asset as a internally developed patent, Corp-A during 20X1 spent $340,000 in R&D costs to develop and new product which resulted in a patent granted on 10/1/20X1, legal life of 20 years, useful life of 10 years, legal costs of $48,000, on 6/1/20X3 spent $24,800 legal costs to successfully defend patent infringment suit, useful life extended to 12 years, during 20X5 determined patent to be obsolete & worthless by 12/31/20X6, Technology Related: (relate to innovations or technological advances and trade secrets),1-Patents protected for period of 20 years either as product patents (cover the physical product) and process patents (covers the process of making the products), 2-If company buys a patent, it capitalizes at cost paid, 3-Can capitalize other costs for securring the patent, legal costs to secure and protect the patent, 4-Must expense as incurred any R&D (research & development) costs related to development, detailed accounting explained by Allen Mursau
Views: 6481 Allen Mursau
Sales Techniques - How to sell ideas to big companies - Ask Evan
* Join my BELIEVE newsletter: http://www.evancarmichael.com/newsletter/ In this video I answer a question from one my readers who asked: "Hi I have 2 question related to 2 different ideas, 1. How do I approach an existing company with an existing product with a marketing idea for their product which would open a huge new way for them to sell & reach more potential customers, while still being able to get recognition for the marketing idea & of course compensated for the idea. 2. How do I approach a company with an existing product with an idea to modify their existing product & give them a whole new range of exciting spin off products, with of course recognition & payment for it. These are both different companies with different products. Novice !! Thank." ENGAGE * Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Modelingthemasters * Leave a comment, thumbs up the video (please!) * Suppport me: http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ CONNECT * Twitter: https://twitter.com/evancarmichael * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EvanCarmichaelcom * Google+: https://plus.google.com/108469771690394737405/posts * Website: http://www.evancarmichael.com EVAN * About: http://www.evancarmichael.com/about/ * Products: http://www.evancarmichael.com/zhuge/ * Coaching: http://www.evancarmichael.com/movement/ * Speaking: http://www.evancarmichael.com/speaking/ SCHEDULE * Mon - 1 Minute Mondays: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM2HwduoMCpvZRhd2qE22Fg- * Tues - Tech Tuesdays: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM3NGvdl33mEwdUdr19zti9s * Thurs - Thankful Thursdays: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM2Scsq-0Er3mA8U3Kqz9fiV * Fri - Famous Fridays: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM30QoA2ygo5RWzfQm8y7ScL * Sun - Famous Failures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLiZj-Ik9MmM2aeaKPqI5ILrNcLjbQZDob * Your Questions - Every day!
Views: 83935 Evan Carmichael
What's the Best Patent Idea - What's the Best Invention Idea - Inventor FAQ - Ask an Attorney
SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=patenthome What is a good patent idea? When should you consider filing a patent? What makes a good patent to register? It's hard to say what the best patent or invention idea is. It's pretty rare for an inventor to have that lightning bolt idea that is for sure going to take off and make the inventor lots of money. Making matters even more difficult for inventors is the fact that they, often times, have more than one idea. If you're an inventor with a jumble of ideas floating around in your head, it's probably going to be difficult to pick which one is worth pursuing. Unfortunately, for the small time inventor, it would simply be too costly and time consuming to try and turn every idea into a marketable product. There are specific factors that can make one idea better than another. Is the idea easy to manufacture? Is the idea lightweight and easy to ship? Is there clear appeal to consumers? But at the end of the day, the inventor probably isn't going to find an absolutely perfect idea. As an inventor, it’s important to pick an idea that you’re excited about pursuing. It’s important to have that fire in your belly, and a willingness to stick it out through obstacles. Inventors will most definitely encounter roadblocks in their journey to bring their idea to the market. If you’re not passionate about the idea, these roadblocks might deter you. One inventor is rarely going to have the knowledge in manufacturing, distribution, and marketing necessary to take this journey on their own. Inventors will need help from other people to succeed. At the end of the day inventors have to find the idea they’re willing to work for, the kind of idea they are willing to persevere through hardships. It’s, also, important that inventors make the right calls to the correct experts and counselors so they start their journey off on the right foot. Patent and trademark attorney Vincent LoTempio answers questions about trademarks and the TM registration process in an interview setting. Please ask any patent or trademark question and Vincent LoTempio will answer it on a future show! For any question about the patent process contact Vin LoTempio. Attorney advertisement Invention Help Video Series - Learn how to protect & profit from your good idea. In easy to watch & learn videos I will help you learn how to protect your idea, identify the right kind of patent for you, how to license your invention and much more! Join & watch now: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/newsletter/ Free Consultations: 1 (800) 866-0039 Email: [email protected] Web: https://www.lotempiolaw.com File A Patent: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/patent Get A Patent Search: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/patent-search/ Register Your Trademark: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/trademark Get A Trademark Search: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/trademark-search-form/ File A Copyright: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/copyright/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/PatentHome Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoTempio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LoTempio.vg
Views: 3603 PatentHome
How To Clean Dirty Sneakers Tutorial!
Purchase Jason Markk here: http://bit.ly/1E1LJUt Need some supplies? Purchase Supplies Here : http://bit.ly/2pAzSkC Use my rep code, "SiNTB" to save yourself some money on Karmaloop, Brick Harbor, and PLNDR! Links below! Karmaloop: http://bit.ly/1wn7e30 PLNDR: http://bit.ly/1DJx1n3 In this video I will be showing you how to clean dirty shoes using Jason Markk. This method does not get rid of scratches stains, yellowing, etc. This is strictly for getting dirt and dust off all materials on your shoes. Thanks for the support! Instagram: Sneakerheadinthebay Facebook: www.facebook.com/sneakerheadinthebay Jason Markk: http://jasonmarkk.com/collections/products/products/3691-4-oz-premium-kit-1 Check out my cousin's YouTube! www.youtube.com/retrosnickers
Views: 1704775 SneakerHeadInTheBay
How to File a Patent - Part 1
http://www.newbusinesscreator.com Almost all of us are potential inventors. Haven't you been in a situation, maybe at home, maybe at work where you ran into a problem that had to be solved. In your search for an answer to your problem, you couldn't find a satisfactory answer. Now your mind churns through your life's database for a solution. After awhile you might even give up trying to find an answer. At that time there just seems to be no real good solution. But in your subconscious, your mind keeps looking for an answer. Then all of a sudden there's a trigger. It might be something you saw. It could be something you heard or read. It might not even be directly related to the former problem that you were seeking a solution to. It could be completely out of context. But by whatever means it came. You then have this Ah Hah moment. You finally have a breakthrough solution that elegantly solves your problem. In that moment you are an inventor. I would venture to say that if you had experienced the problem that you found a novel and unique solution to, so have others, possibly thousands, maybe millions. How much money would they gladly plunk down to use your invention to solve what seems to be an intractable problem? Maybe its only a buck, maybe it's a thousand dollars. It's all in the numbers. Even if your invention sells for a dollar, if it is cheap to make and if there are millions of people willing to purchase it, it could still make you rich. So how do you go about checking the uniqueness and novelty of your invention? Do you just go on the US Patent Office website and do a keyword search of your utility patent claims? Well the short answer is an emphatic No! I learned this the hard way. I did a keyword search of my invention. Lo and behold it came out clean. It didn't appear that there was any prior art that described my idea. So I went out and spend hundreds of hours writing a business plan. I spend hundreds of more hours writing a preliminary utility patent application. I also spent upwards of thirty thousand dollars on developing a prototype. But I wasn't done. Oh no. I had to splurge a another twenty thousand dollars for the services of a patent attorney. And after all of that, after spending two years of my life pursuing this crazy dream, what did I accomplish? Zip, Nada. After submitting my utility patent application, the US patent office cited three patents that showed prior art that invalidated my patent claims. Without a utility patent, I didn't have a valid business. As a result, all of my efforts and all of that money was wasted. So I implore you, don't make this terrible mistake! You need to do your homework! In order to learn from my costly mistake, I would suggest that you go in a step by step manner. Don't jump ahead. First do a very thorough preliminary search to determine the novelty of your invention. If it looks like you have a novel idea, take the next step. Do a professional patent search. If everything looks good, you might want to save some money by writing a preliminary utility patent application. Don't get overly concerned about using patent jargon when you state your claims. That will be all straightened out by your patent attorney. In most cases, I would recommend holding off making prototypes and writing business plans until you have that newly minted registered utility patent in your hot little hands. Maybe you are thinking about creating your own company to manufacture and sell your invention. NewBusinessCreator.com will provide you with the information you will need to create a successful business. It also serves as a portal to a number of affiliated listing sites that will enable you to obtain the capital, human resources, materials and marketing systems that will be required make your dreams a reality. IntellectualPropertyStore.com can also be used to showcase your utility patent to product promoters or licensing agents. Hundreds of licensing agents and product scouts are scanning this web site daily for products they may be interested in promoting. These professionals have major industry connections. So if you want to get your invention in front of the decision makers that can turn your idea into a reality, then decide to showcase it in IntellectualPropertyStore.com today! http://youtu.be/zqfuZJMkRxw
Views: 512 NewBusinessCreator
Gelös a revolutionary gel thinner (patent pending)
Learn about Gelös gel thinner. See how this new patent pending formulation restores any thickened traditional gel and gel polish to extend the life of your gel product, while maintaining its original curing time. No more wasting time, product, or money!
Restore Block Patent Leather Scratch And Scuff Remover - Scratch Away.
See our product work in seconds, to a beautiful shine and removes all the scuffs in the front to show you what it can do to even the worst scuffs! Restore Block Patent Leather Scratch And Scuff Remover - Scratch Away.
Views: 8855 Jose Figueroa
Marketing Your Idea - How To Market My Invention?
Marketing Your Idea - How To Market My Invention? http://www.inventsmarter.com/how-to-market-my-invention/ At Invent Smarter we see the search query 'How to market my invention' daily. If you think you have the next multi-million dollar invention, you're probably chomping at the bit to start making money. There are a number of questions that you need to ask yourself before jumping into successfully marketing your invention, such as: is my idea protected, do I have the capital to cover a successful campaign, do I want to market my invention myself or should I try and license my invention? - Related: Invention validation company, smart invention marketing, affordable patent search, invention service partners, invention consulting company, invention consulting, free invention advice, how to get my products in stores, how to license my invention, how to license my product, how to market my invention, how to sell my product in stores, how to sell my product to stores, patent identification service, product licensing services, product validation company, cheap patent search, how to license an invention, invention marketing company, how to market an invention, how to sell an invention, licensing your product, patent search service, investors for invention, how to license a product, invention submission. product consulting, help for inventors, inventors help, how to sell my invention, We Can Answer: cheap patent search, how to file for a patent yourself, creating a patent, where do i go to patent an idea, is it hard to patent something, where do you go to patent an idea, how to get a patent for an idea, patent services,
Views: 2480 Invent Smarter
How do you get a U S  Patent?
In this video I talk about the process of getting a U.S. Patent. First thing on the road to a patent: Invent something worth the hassle of getting a patent. Once you have invented something, then the next step is to write a patent application for it or hire the services of a United State Patent Practitioner (for example, a Patent Agent). Writing patent applications is a complicated process. Your application must have different sections such as a Title, a Background, a Detailed Description, Drawings, and Claims. Write each of these sections according to the rules. The United States Patent & Trademark Office website is www.uspto.gov. Either you submit, or your USPTO registered Patent Practitioner submits, that application to the U.S. Patent office. You can either file your application by paper or by EFS-Web. The Patent Office gives you an official filing date. You should anticipate about a year and half wait. You must answer the Patent Office quickly. If you don't, your application will become abandoned. More than likely, the patent office will find issues with your application. Whenever they respond, you must overcome all of the problems they find. This part is Patent Prosecution. From the moment you get a filing date until the date the patent issues, your application is "patent pending". If the Patent Office agrees that your application deserves a Patent Grant, they will send you a Notice of Allowance. You must pay the issue fee quickly or your application will become abandoned. Your application will transform into a full-fledged patent. Please see www.patentcast.net for more information if you would like to contact me. [All of the material in this video is original content that I have produced, and I have the full right to distribute and use this material for any purpose including commercial purposes. I am the original creator of this content.]
Views: 4008 Patent Cast
Vehicle-mounted concealed garage
Small Project of Patent Invention, Big Reformation of Automobile Proctection At present, the whole structure and performance of automobile have had a fixed pattern. Some new designs are modified based on basic thing. Most domestic automobile technology are introduced from abroad, lack of independent innovation. Actually, all of the automobile manufacture factory and automobile designers are thinking how to create conception automobile or new function design that is more novel, more practical and more acception for consumers, breaking through present design idea. At present, all of automobiles home or abroad could not protect themselves automatically after leaving automobile factory, and they should be protected and maintained passively in 4s shop. The invisible automobile mantle that can be telecontrolled to expand and contract automatically, vehicle invisible garage for short,is a new patent project which has been approved by State Patent Bureau of China. At present, there is no similar product or design at home or abroad. The device hidden inside the automobile can cover automobile automatically through telecontrol, changing the original way of covering automobile artificially which wastes time and strength. The new technology of automobile product domain will bring huge economic profit and managing feature for enterprises, and grab more market management proportion once it is sold in market. The device is hidden inside of automobile, so there is not any influence for other function. The device has wireless telecontrol function and handles easily. Further more, the device has function of rainproof, UV protect, anti-hail and it can reduce times of washing automobile, achieving the intention of saving resources and protecting environment. The product has three main characters. Ⅰ. Practicability There are high, middle and low three levels for automobiles. The low level automobiles almost have no garage, so they can only stop in the open air and can not protect themselves when it rains or wind blows. If set the product, the automobile body can be protected at any time. Even though the high level automobiles have garage, it is hard for them to find a cool place to stop in summer when they go out. The owner of automobile will feel very hot and afflictive when they enter in the automobile again. If set the product, the owner of automobile can cover the automobile at any time. Like the sunshade for automobile, it can provide comfortable driving environment for drivers through making the inside temperature under 26 centigrade and the automobile's overclothes can be decorated with advertisement, cartoon picture or any picture that you like. Then the automobile stopped at the roadside will become a landscape. Formerly, there are automobile overclothes, but lots of owners of automobiles don't use them because covering the automobile is hard. With this product, covering the automobile becomes convenient and fast. Covering the automobile not only can protect the automobile body, reduce the times of washing automobile, save water resources, but also have the function of theftproof through stopping the thief peek. Ⅱ. Novel The product has got the patent approval of the State and there is no similar design or product at home or abroad. So the product will attract more consumers to purchase once it is sold in market. For example, at the press of new car, the emcee usually takes off the cover cloth with hand to show the new car. With this product, the emcee can handle with remote control to make the automobile overclothes retract into the inside of automobile like transformers. The product will create huge influence and will become essential function. Ⅲ. Profit In the big cake of automobile market profit, this technology is still in the blank phase. Once it is popularized, the profit made by the technology will be huge, and it can make a new industry chain. In the new industry chain, produce and sell, and develop the market of vehicle sparepart and recreational vehicle at the same time, establish in domestic market and develop international market at the same time, and create Chinese Made in China brand. Telephone contact:+8613001428799
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Patent Attorney Andrea Evans and Invention Distributor Billy Carmen talk about invention patents
Patent Attorney Andrea Evans and Invention Distributor Billy Carmen talk about invention patents. The Law Firm of Andrea Hence Evans, LLC is your one stop shop to intellectual property protection. Andrea Hence Evans offers services that encompass all areas of intellectual property law such as patent, trademark and copyright law. Product News Channel is a product review library for products distributed by Wizard Distribution Inc. and can be seen across our https://SmallBrandNation.com sites. Wizard Distribution stocks unique products from small brands around the world to be distributed to USA and Canada retailers. CEO Billy Carmen provides reviews, insight and news for small brands while managing creativity and manufacturing for five of his own brands consisting of over 30 products.
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How to paint Patent Leather Jordan XI KOS KINGOFSNEAKERS.COM
How to Paint Patent Leather Using a Jordan 11 as the Base Shoe The Jordan is brand new out of the box - No dirty or stains or ageing This video explains a few way to paint the patent Leather. And then focusing on the spray version. Using Angelus Leather Acrylic Paint - Meltonian - SEM Adhesion Promoter Painted by King Kang for Kingofsneakers.com / KOS Questions are always welcome. Let us know if there is anything you would like to see next. The following products can all be purchase at our website kingofsneakers.com Products You will need Angelus Deglazer& Preparer Angelus Black 40z Angelus Duller 1oz Angelus Jetblack leather dye Angelus Matte Finisher (since it is a light color to help protect for long term wear) Angelus High Gloss Meltonian 4.5oz Spray Sem Adhesion Promoter Krylon Matte Finisher Krylon Clear Clear Brush Set
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Using a Patent Pending to Protect Your Rights to New Inventions
http://www.newbusinesscreator.com There are some very good reasons to consider using a patent pending to protect your rights to new inventions. It takes literally one to three years to get a registered nonprovisional utility patent issued from the US Patent Office. You're probably thinking right now, OMG that long! How am I ever going to get this business started? Well there is a solution and its called a patent pending or provisional patent. While a patent pending doesn't guarantee that you have patent protection, it does preserve it, if you successfully get a patent issued at a later time. Now there are two ways to get a patent pending. There is the simple and cheaper route and the more complicated and expensive way. Well now you're probably thinking I like simple, and I do like to save money and quicker is always nice, so I'll press the "Easy" button. Now hold on partner, easy is not always better. Lets discuss the pros and cons before you dash off and get your patent pending. One way to get a patent pending for your invention is to submit a provisional patent application to the US Patent Office. A provisional patent application is the quick and dirty way to get a patent pending. It is quick and dirty because the US Patent Office doesn't even examine it. You don't even have to include a list of patent claims. You also don't have to describe the prior art or file an oath and declaration. All you need to include in your application is a clear description of how to make and use your invention. Drawings aren't required but they are recommended. Now there are a few other things you need to include with your provisional patent application. One item is a cover sheet with a title of your invention, a statement that this is a provisional patent application, the names and residences of the inventors and the name and registration number of your attorney or agent, if applicable. And don't forget to include a check for the application fee. If you don't pay you cannot play. Once you have filed your application for a provisional patent you now have a patent pending status for your invention for a period of one year. A provisional patent is also a lot quicker than getting a registered nonprovisional utility patent. If you file a provisional patent correctly and pay the fees, you'll get a patent pending as soon as it is received by the US Patent Office. If you want to get a patent pending really fast, all you have to do is file for it electronically. A provisional patent is also cheaper. It will cost you about a hundred and twenty-five bucks for a provisional patent. In contrast the application fee for a nonprovisional patent starts at about $190. The real savings you receive from filing a provisional patent is that you probably won't rack up hours and hours of attorney's fees that run at about a $250 to $300 clip. Most nonprovisional utility patents will run you five to thirty thousand dollars out the door. There are some very good reasons to consider using a patent pending to protect your rights to new inventions. One of the main benefits is cost. Another reason to get a provisional patent is to get earlier patent protection while you apply for a nonprovisional utility patent. A nonprovisional patent application can also extent your patent protection and delay paying expensive maintenance fees for an extra year. http://youtu.be/0_ZYwQX0Ku8
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How to Install a Superlok i-Fitting Compression Fitting With the Built-In Gap Gauge!
Exclusive...Engineered Technology! Superlok I-Fittings (405) 509-2665 * www.mako-products.net * Stainless steel tube fittings. Mako Products presents the worlds first SMART FITTING! The patented indicator ring pops off when the fitting is tightened to the correct torque... making a perfect connection every time!! *No more guessing your connection * Engineered to be the safest fitting in the market *Saves Money- End leaks, prevent down equipment costs, stop wasting improperly installed fittings * See hear and feel the indicator ring pop off *Interchangeable with all major brands *Outperforms the competition in Safety, Quality and Reliability Mako Products is your source for the Superlok I-Fittings. Our "red ring" fitting offers the only solution to the problems that all other fittings have. A standard fitting must be installed by hand tightening the nut, marking the nut and body and then tightening an additional 1 ¼ turns to properly seat the fitting with the tubing. This is not an exact science as a slight offset angle on the tubing causes the hand tightening procedure to stop at unreliable points. In addition, any debris or other thread issues will affect the hand tightening stop point. Our Superlok fitting provides an industry changing solution by incorporating a patented indicator ring on each fitting. As the fitting nut is tightened, the indicator ring simply pops off of the fitting at the exact point of perfect torque and compression. A user can see, hear and feel the precision connection being made. A blue gap gauge is also installed on every fitting as a secondary confirmation that the fitting has been installed correctly. With this technology, even an unskilled worker can be guaranteed a precise connection every time. By taking the guesswork out of installing fittings correctly, Superlok has created the safest, most reliable fitting line in the market! Mako Products- Edmond, Oklahoma Phone: 405-509-2665 Email: [email protected] Web: www.mako-products.net
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Intangible Assets Accounting (Purchased Patent, Useful Life Amortization, R&D Expenses)
Accounting for an intangible asset as a purchased patent (technology related), example is where Corp-A purchased a patent for $5,000,000 on 1/1/20X1 with an estimated useful life of 10 years, during 20X2 R&D costs of $450,000 related to the patent & on 1/1/20X2 because of recent market changes the remaining usefule life of the patent is estimated at 5 years (changed from 10 years), capitalize at purchase cost and amortize over useful life, the R&D expenses are expensed when incurred,Technology Related: (relate to innovations or technological advances and trade secrets),1-Patents protected for period of 20 years either as product patents (cover the physical product) and process patents (covers the process of making the products), 2-If company buys a patent, it capitalizes at cost paid, 3-Can capitalize other costs for securring the patent, legal costs to secure and protect the patent, 4-Must expense as incurred any R&D (research & development) costs related to development, detailed example and accounting by Allen Mursau
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Help with Your Invention - Ep. 4: Product Design
Chris and Abe explain Trident Design LLC's process for turning ideas into products. • The Perfect Product Pyramid • Ideation • Refinement • Blueprinting • Prototyping http://www.trident-design.com/
NGO Bantah TPPA: US pushing for extreme medical patenting
Documents from WikiLeaks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement suggest affordable medicines and medical diagnostics won't be that way for long. Malaysian AIDS Council policy manager Fifa Rahman, whose NGO is a part of Bantah TPPA says in the current draft of the agreement, the United States is pushing for extreme intellectual property protection provisions.
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How To Patent An Idea - The truth about patenting your invention idea
http://www.themarsrisingnetwork.com 888-627-7747 Depending on what your idea or invention is will dictate what patent application you will use. A provisional patent application is a very basic application which gives you twelve months to decide what you may want to do with your idea however there are some drawbacks to a provisional. The Mars Rising Network One is that you are NOT in patent pending status and the only way you can be in patent pending status is when you file for the non provisional utility patent. Another drawback is that once you show it manufactures or distributors they may say no and they will wait for the expiration of your provisional application and then if you do not file the non provisional they will take your idea and run with it themselves. It is a hard truth but it is true and we have seen I happen. How to patent an idea is a very important part to doing the patent work properly and protect your idea the very best way possible. As to patenting an idea the best way is to file for the non provisional utility patent as long as you can afford it or even the design patent can protect you in cases where the design is more important than the utility, although we recommend in many cases that you file for both. This gives you an advantage is because the design patent is easier and much faster to get and you will get a patent as long as your idea is unique and no one else has done it yet. At The Mars Rising Network we always offer a free consultation with no sales pitch with real answers to your questions. We have a BBB A-Rating since 2007 and are as transparent as a company can be. Call us anytime and we get you on the right path to success. You can see our many inventor testimonials with inventor success stories and our new product launches from inventors just like you. http://www.themarsrisingnetwork.com 888-627-7747 How to patent an idea
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Who owns the patent?
I introduce the concept of patent ownership, and how that ownership is obtained. Inventors are the default owners. If the inventors assign the patent to another party, they have transferred their ownership interest to the party they have assigned the patent to. Thus, ownership can be obtained by assignment. For example, a company may have hired employees to invent something for which they they filed a patent application. The inventors assign the patent application to the business thereby making the business (or their attorneys) the owners of the patent. As an alternate to purchasing a patent, licenses may be sought. Attorneys are needed to work out license agreements. Licenses are legal matters outside of patenting and patent prosecution before the USPTO (e.g., Patent Agents cannot represent you for licensing issues). [Disclaimer: no legal advice is being given to you or anyone else either by this video, or by any information presented herein including the comments section. No advice is being given for any patent or patent application you may have or are considering. **Everything provided herein is given for informational purposed only. ** I am not an attorney and cannot provide legal advice on licensing, employment law, or any action before a court. If you have legal concerns for any of these, please contact an attorney in your state licensed to practice law there. I am a Patent Agent. Patent Agents can provide full services before the United States Patent Office only. The license to practice as a Patent Practitioner (Patent Agent or Patent Attorney) is national. As such I can provide drafting and prosecution services for Patents before the United States Patent Office for anyone in any state or country, but I cannot provide legal advice for any area of law outside of patents before the United States Patent Office (USPTO). If you need legal services not pertaining to practice before the U.S. Patent Office, please contact an attorney licensed in your area to practice law to discuss your needs as I cannot provide those services.] [All of the material in this video is original content that I have produced, and I have the full right to distribute and use this material for any purpose including commercial purposes. I am the original creator of this content.]
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The Economic and Invention Role of the US Patent System
Save The Inventor: http://www.savetheinventor.com/ Don't let Congress shut down American innovation. The patent system should protect all inventors.
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The FP Guardrail: A unique, internally developed guardrail system for flat roofs (patent granted). Ideally suited to protect workers from falling off the edge of a flat roof. It took Gevaco staff members more than a year to develop this innovative product. Thanks to the fact that we apply laser technologies, robot welding, 3-D CAD design and innovative joining techniques, we may rightfully claim that Gevaco has set the trend in terms of promoting the use of collective means of protection on roofs. Within its price range, the FP Guardrail is currently the best product available on the market. So, if you want to safeguard your roof using a collective protection system, remember: FP Guardrail!! Please visit our website www.gevaco.nl
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Will 3D Printing Change the World? | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios
Viewers like you help make PBS (Thank you 😃) . Support your local PBS Member Station here: http://to.pbs.org/Donateoffbook Much attention has been paid to 3D Printing lately, with new companies developing cheaper and more efficient consumer models that have wowed the tech community. They herald 3D Printing as a revolutionary and disruptive technology, but how will these printers truly affect our society? Beyond an initial novelty, 3D Printing could have a game-changing impact on consumer culture, copyright and patent law, and even the very concept of scarcity on which our economy is based. From at-home repairs to new businesses, from medical to ecological developments, 3D Printing has an undeniably wide range of possibilities which could profoundly change our world. This video includes copyright material from http://www.explainingthefuture.com You can learn more about 3D printing on the ExplainingTheFuture channel at http://www.youtube.com/explainingthefuture Featuring: Sam Cervantes, CEO of Solidoodle http://www.solidoodle.com/ Carine Carmy, Shapeways http://www.shapeways.com/ Michael Weinberg, Public Knowledge http://www.publicknowledge.org/ Joseph Flaherty, WIRED.com http://www.wired.com/ 3D Printing Footage Sources: 1) Mashable - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CTPu3zR9HM 2) Mitchell Leben, BusyBotz 3D Printing http://www.youtube.com/user/BusyBotz http://www.busybotz.com 3) BromptonWorld - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmxjLpu2BvY 4) stratasysfdm - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoZ2BgPVtA0 5) Lisa281977 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kbwezHQtAc 6) CNETTV - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3NGzO_pPQY 7) Glenn Langton - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5c84vkL7qbU 8) Melanie Gonick, MITNews - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nFyuxGEhzY 9) Fred Hagemeister - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Etw4XUmIn9s 10) SketchySam123 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhULZQaT-Hs 11) ExplainingTheFuture - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-E6vRfnijw AND https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D749wZSlb0 12) Maureen Kerr - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjEa_4VpB7I 13) 3dprintingsystems - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EWWt93Fxls 14) soscomponents - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCkU3ifAgkA 15) ObjetGeometries - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67cev_zcXJw AND http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmDz7Q9_h6c 16) John Ecker, GeoDroidJohn - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baNM53qLQCk 17) Guus Eldering - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9JXWgm7_mI 18) Mishkin Berteig - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c81qKk3S8KA 19) T3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb-4rt_6wDo 20) cacmcrew - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmyBJnzg-ik 21) Vik Olliver - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auKLBw5P9bQ 22) pp3dp - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xl0F2BZuuII 23) Amanda Ghassaei - https://vimeo.com/56017345 24) Jon Bondy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXJFibjAkgA 25) Globetechnology (NAPSTER DOCUMENTARY FOOTAGE)- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSpzW8bkkPc 26) UnivPennsylvania - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VHFlwJQIkE 27) appworld7 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hd2Nq0fDjQ8 28) TEDtalksDirector - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SfRgg9botI 29) Choc Edge - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FUq_2IU2Uo AND http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDEdGhE2dUk 30) Diginfonews - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUsCPO7poY8 31) VPROBacklight - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SC7vrwbksrw 32) FunTheoryVideos - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aghzpO_UZE 33) onshoulders - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqhq5p6cKpM 34) mrmatz408 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SU3KAo3aXWs Music: CMA,"Chasing Dreams" - http://soundcloud.com/ezx-dubstep/cma-chasing-dreams-full Sacred, "Speed of Light" - http://soundcloud.com/sacred989/speed-of-light AudioPad, "Grafit - Be Free", http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxwfeVdgG_Y&list=UUw-i0xtpZQN7Rtx8qcj9rpw&index=11 Dexter Britain, "Beyond The Finish Line", http://soundcloud.com/dexterbritain/beyond-the-finish-line Sacred, "Flying High" - http://soundcloud.com/sacred989/flying-high et_, "3.0" - http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/765218/3.0 Binarpilot, "Goof" - http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/7586/goof AKAJULES, "Back" - http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/120961/back More Off Book: Our video on The Art of Illustration http://youtu.be/ZPQ-8Kty8X4 Our short documentary on The Rise of Competitive Gaming & E-Sports http://youtu.be/GpO76SkpaWQ We took a look at What's The Deal With Internet Comedy? http://youtu.be/LhmhbjuL2HQ We Celebrated The Art of Creative Coding http://youtu.be/eBV14-3LT-g Follow Off Book: Twitter: @pbsoffbook Tumblr: http://pbsarts.tumblr.com/ Produced by Kornhaber Brown: http://www.kornhaberbrown.com
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Developer Patent Summit: Austin - Panel Discussion
View more videos at http://devsbuild.it/ Panel discussion and Q&A at the Austin Developer Patent Summit. Moderator: Jake Ward, Application Developers Alliance Panelists: Justin Freeman, Rackspace Hosting Michele Connors, Dell Brandon Lloyd, Bypass Mobile Rick Wittenbraker, uShip.com Ross Buhrdorf, HomeAway The software patent system poses a significant challenge for developers. Patent trolls, product life cycles shorter than the patent process, and general uncertainty threatens to stifle innovation and growth in the app industry. Throughout the year, the Application Developers Alliance will host events around the country and invite developers to share stories of claim letters, lawsuits, the challenges they face, and the need for software patent reform.
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Apple Needs Obama to Overturn Patent Ruling: Blair
June 5 (Bloomberg) -- Brian Blair of Wedge Partners discusses Apple's loss in a patent battle with Samsung that may prevent the importing of some older Apple products. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance." -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg "Bloomberg's Surveillance" is a radio and TV business news show, featuring in-depth interviews with well-known business leaders, market analysts and leading economists. The show is hosted by Tom Keene, Sara Eisen and Scarlet Fu and includes frequent insight and analysis from economics editor Mike McKee. "Bloomberg Surveillance" covers market news, breaking news, finance, investment, global economics, business leaders and influencers, as well as the headlines and companies impacting the day ahead on Wall Street. In addition to covering Wall Street, the show includes global economics, currency market moves, earnings news, mergers & acquisitions, and insights on the world leaders and influencers shaping these events, including: Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, JPMorgan CEO and chairman Jamie Dimon, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman COO Gary Cohn, economist Nouriel Roubini, investor Marc Faber, IMF chief Christine Lagarde, world bank president Jim Yong Kim, Meredith Whitney, former Wall Street executive Sallie Krawcheck and more. "Surveillance" broadcasts from Bloomberg TV's New York headquarters. The show airs on TV at 6-8amET/3-5am PT and on radio 6-10amET/3-7am PT. For a complete compilation of Surveillance videos, visit: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/bloomberg-surveillance/ Watch "Surveillance" on TV, on the Bloomberg smartphone app, on the Bloomberg TV + iPad app or on the web: http://bloomberg.com/tv Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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IDEC RTE Series Timer Relays Demo of a Signal Start On-Off Delay Timer Function
IDEC RTE Series Timer Relays Demo of a Signal Start Cycle Timer Function presented by Katie Rydzewski for Galco TV. Buy the items featured in this video at 800-337-1720 or visit: http://www.galco.com/shop/RTE-Idec-Time-Delay-Relays?source=YouTubeHowTo IDEC RTE Series timing relays feature 20 timing ranges and 10 timing functions. Selectable modes of operation include ON‑delay, interval, OFF‑delay, cycle (ON first), cycle (OFF first), signal OFF delay, and signal ON/OFF delay. Time‑delay relays play an important role in industrial control logic circuits. Common applications include flashing light control, engine autostart control, motor soft‑start delay control, and conveyor belt sequence delay. RTE Series Features: - 10 Modes of Operation - 0.1 Seconds ~ 600 Hours - 2 Form C, DPDT Delay Outputs - 3 Terminal Configurations - UL; cUL; CE Approvals - IP40 Enclosure - +/- 0.25% Maximum Repeat Accuracy To find more IDEC Time Delay Relays visit: http://www.galco.com/shop/Idec-Time-Delay-Relays?source=YouTubeHowTo For more IDEC Relays go to: http://www.galco.com/get/Idec-Relays?source=YouTubeHowTo And for the full line of IDEC Products visit: http://www.galco.com/find/Idec?source=YouTubeHowTo Galco is a Factory Authorized Stocking Distributor for Over 150 Brands of Industrial Electrical & Electronic Automation, Controls and Component Products; On-Site and Send-In Repair Services for Industrial Control & Automation Products for Over 2,000 Brands; Engineered Systems Integration, Retrofits & Upgrades for Variable Speed Drives, CNC, PLC Systems, Dynamometers & Test Stand Applications. Visit us online at http:// www.galco.com or call us at 800-337-1720. http://www.galco.com/safety With respect to the usage, installation or assembly of any products described in this video, Galco Industrial Electronics, Inc., a Michigan corporation, encourages you to follow the requirements and/or guidelines of: i) the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, Public Law 91-596, as amended, and all laws, rules and regulations implemented in relation thereto; ii) the National Electric Code®; and iii) NFPA 70E®. Any installation, assembly or work described in this video should be performed by a qualified licensed electrician. GTV, Galco, galco.com, Galco Industrial Electronics, and Galco Industrial Electronics, Inc. are registered and/or pending registered trademarks under the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, assumed names, registered domain names, and/or trade names of Galco Industrial Electronics, Inc., a Michigan corporation. LEGAL DISCLAIMER: While we have made every attempt to ensure that the information provided is accurate and has been obtained from reliable sources, Galco is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information is provided "as is", with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the use of this information, and without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including, but not limited to warrantees of performance, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. At all times you should defer to the instructions and safety guidelines issued by the manufacturer. In no event will Galco, its agents or employees thereof be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken in reliance on the information provided to you or for any consequential, special or similar damages, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
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Lawyers Monday - Patent Linkage: again?
Gualtiero Dragotti, Partner, DLA Piper - Patent Linkage: again? Go and see http://blogs.dlapiper.com/iptitaly/
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Shock Free Electric Device For Homes...Call +91 9312 454545
No Electric Shock Even If You Touch Naked Wire With wet Hands....!! One of the Most innovative product in Electrical Industry....!! Produced by ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company. Patent applied product & CE approved. (Patent File No. 1229/Del/2003) Salient Features : * Safe Electric Repairs : NO NEED TO SWITCH OFF MAIN POWER SUPPLY TO REPAIR ELECTRIC FAULT *Over Load Security : IN CASE OF OVERLOAD, THIS PRODUCT WILL CUT THE POWER. IT SAVES WIRING FROM OVER HEATING * Short Circuit Protection : THIS PRODUCT SAVES US FROM SHORT CIRCUIT HAZARDS BY CUTTING POWER IMMEDIATELY. * High Voltage Protection & Voltage Stabalizer THIS PRODUCT SAVES THE DOMESTIC APPLIANCES & WIRING FROM HIGH VOLTAGE FAULTS & STABALIZES THE SUPPLY @220 VOLTS. IF THE VOLTAGE FALLS FALLS BELOW 130 OR GOES ABOVE 300 THE GETS STOPPED. * Surge n Spike Absorber THIS DEVICE HAS SURGE & SPIKE ABSORBER WHICH PROTECTS VERY DELICATE APPLIANCES LIKE COMPUTER, LAPTOP, MICROWAVE OVEN Etc from Surge. * Alarm on Current Leakage : An alarm will buzz when you come in contact with a live wire or electric appliance with current leakage. * Genset / Inverter Compatible # GUARANTEE This Product Comes With An Enduring Guarantee Of 5 Years Category Science & Technology Licence Standard YouTube Licence
17-year-old sells app to Yahoo! for $30 million
Nick D'Aloisio shares the story around his app. "Summly," which was recently purchased by Yahoo! For more CNN videos, visit our site at http://www.cnn.com/video/
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Fox® Airfloat Cut Off Machines
The Fox® Air Float Cut-Off machine is ideal for gate and riser removal on small to medium size castings, or castings on runner bars or trees. The system excels at cutting castings produced in small to medium runs, because fixtures are easy to change. The machine also is well suited for cutting off castings that are too heavy for operators to handle, as the air float feature makes moving several hundred pounds almost effortless. (The product(s) represented herein are protected by the following U.S. or multinational patent and/or other patents pending: 6309289) www.vulcangroup.com
Bharat Book Presents: Therapeutic Class Report Overview - Japan Biosimilars
For more information kindly visit on: http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/healthcare-market-research-report/therapeutic-class-report-overview-japan-biosimilars.html ¥200b worth of biologic products is going off patent by 2015 and this value exceeds ~ ¥500b if we include products that will see their patent expiries by 2021 in Japan. There are a number of reasons to believe that follow-on-biologics or biosimilars will not replicate the lethargic growth story of generic -- preliminary because the much higher cost of biologic therapy brings significant burden on patients despite relatively low co-pay in Japan -- and this will push individuals and DPC Hospitals to use biogeneric products to a greater extent unlike generic drugs. Secondly, the regulatory supports are going to be stringent enough to ensure quality measures and leave ~no room for imported products, thus eliminating the 'not made in Japan' factor from prescriber's and user's mindsets. Anticipating this opportunity and favorable macro forces as compared to generics, a number of companies aim to exploit this -- Japan has seen a flood like consolidation and partnering activities in biosimilar space. While a dozen+ companies have already laid their road map for biosimilars space, at this time we see Sandoz, JCR, Meiji Seika Pharma, Fuji Film Kyowa Kirin Biologics, Nippon Kayaku, Nichi Iko, Yoshindo etc. to be amongst the key players in biogenerics business in Japan. In this piece, we attempt to evaluate the future competitive landscape of the biosimilars space in Japan, assess the overall attractiveness of the same, and try to identify the key determinates to succeed in this space.
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Superflex Radius Arms by Greg from Superior Engineering
Greg from Superior Engineering talks about Superflex Radius Arms. http://bit.ly/superflexradiusarm Designed to optimise wheel travel on radius arm design suspension on 4X4 Toyota Landcruisers and 4WD Nissan Patrols. Superflex Radius Arms help to maintain traction and get you further offroad. For more information - http://bit.ly/superflexradiusarm PATENT NO. 2007904589 PATENT NO. 2010100451 PATENT NO. 2011904187
Views: 38581 Superior Engineering
Unmarx, product to get marks off your clothes, invented by local sisters
Unmarx, product to get marks off your clothes, invented by local sisters
chopping board transforms into bowl - product design
A chopping board prototype design that turns into a bowl and back again for transporting chopped vegetables and or meats to a pan for cooking. In the continuing story of Product Tank and his adventures in product design, I have developed this design to make food preparation easier, safer and more fun. The design is simple to use and easy to clean. The prototype is made from wood and polypropylene, but in production would be made from food safe plastic and have live hinges, so that it can be manufactured in one piece. Towards the end of the video I show how one design idea can spark another - as I have taken the mechanism and tried to apply it to a wheel barrow design. The finished result can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EQUBuTHTmA&list=UUxyQKi7ipjA3Cz-VQUYanNQ&feature=share&index=1 more on my website: www.producttank.co.uk
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Is Your Invention Already Patented?  Todd Langford
Ask Todd is a new weekly segment at InterContinental IP's website www.iciplaw.com. Todd Langford is a Patent Attorney at ICIP Law. He answers questions asked by inventors and startups regarding the Patent Application Process. If you have a question you would like answered, please email it to [email protected]
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International Patent Treaties, Laws & Practice - Intellectual Property Lawyer Rich Beem at Iowa St.
http://www.beemlaw.com (312) 201-0011 [email protected] Chicago patent attorney Richard Beem addresses an audience in the Technology, Globalization and Culture course at Iowa State University. So how does one develop a patent? After applying for a patent with the patent office, you may be shocked to learn that you may wait a year to find out anything. Nearly half a million patent applications are filed within our country every year. Even with over 8,000 employees, the patent office is going to take a long time to reach back out to you. And when it does, they may reject you for not being thorough enough in your application. You need to explain the technology you're patenting, how it works and how it differs from other patents on the market. Watch the video to learn more. To learn more about patent law, I encourage you to watch the video above and to explore our educational website at http://www.beemlaw.com. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at 312-201-0011. I welcome your call. Beem Patent Law 53 W. Jackson Boulevard, Suite 1352 Chicago, IL 60604-3787 USA 312-201-0011 Fax 312-201-0022
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How to Patent an Invention / Idea / Research? For Inventors - Sandeep Kumar
Note: This video is exclusively for Education purpose. "Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies." Movie quote from: The Shawshank Redemption (1994) For more information (related to IPR Awareness), Kindly Visit WIPO & its derivative websites. http://www.wipo.int/portal/index.html.en http://www.wipo.int/africa/en/partner... Follow WIPO Social Media at Youtube, Twitter, Scribd, Flickr, Facebook.
Trademark2u | Trademark, Patent, Industrial Design
Trademark2u in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia For more info, log on to : http://www.trademark2u.com/ What is Trademark? Registration for Trademark?http://www.trademark2u.com/html/trademark_malaysia/trademark_malaysia.php Registration for Patent? How to Patent? http://www.trademark2u.com/html/patent_malaysia/patent_malaysia.php Want to know more about Industrial Design? http://www.trademark2u.com/html/industrial_design_malaysia/industrial_design_malaysia.php
Views: 418 Lawrence Yip