Search results “Off patent product” for the 2014
Patents Explained - How to make money from a patent
http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ - SUPPORT ME :) Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! Help me caption & translate this video! http://www.amara.org/en/profiles/videos/Evan%20Carmichael/ "Hi Evan, recently discovered your You Tube, video's giving help to young entrepreneurs. Must say they hit the mark. I myself have developed a patent, It went through all the Patenting etc. The thing is though that to make my product work, I need to do a mass manufacture and hit the market as hard as possible, my product is not expensive, but to purchase/manufacture that many units is very expensive. And to only purchase low quantities would not be cost effective. What would you suggest is the best solution: Sell my patented product (With working samples and proven concepts) or try to get more investors or Try to franchise to reduce capital needed to start the business. I just want to know if I do sell, what would be the best approach sell it to an already existing company in the same industry? Frans Jaco Willemse"
Views: 20035 Evan Carmichael
How to Protect Your Idea - How to prevent people from stealing your idea
http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ - SUPPORT ME :) Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! Help me caption & translate this video! http://www.amara.org/en/profiles/videos/Evan%20Carmichael/ Michael: "Ok great, what if you have sex toy? I have a provisional patent on a sex toy I finalizing the utility patent as we speak, my question is how do you prevent them from stealing taking your idea? The reason I'm asking I have a wife that doesn't work and two daughters 6 y/and 3 months, and finishing up my computer science bachelor's degree, I lost retirement and I had to start over again job wise. In American it's the guy with the biggest pocket book that wins over the little guy. I don't have a enough money to get a patent lawyer nor an accountant. I can't get loan for the backing, maybe 120k what's wrong with crowd funding? I 'm looking into indiegogo, and kick-starter, however, kickstarters frowns upon sex toys. Indiegogo is a bit loser in there terms and agreement. At all possible how do I connect you, and I fight a battle that I can't when. And all super possible who should I contact is that adult toy industry J :P"
Views: 10298 Evan Carmichael
Forestone Trumpot - new patent product for Trumpets
Check out the first prototype of Forestone newest innovation - patent registered - the Trumpot! It will soak off the moisture while playing and leaves you the freedom to concentrate on your play!
"Off Brand" Doc Martens
Or these are called Combat Boots. Rue 21, Combat Boots: http://www.rue21.com/store/jump/product/Patent-Combat-Boots/0363-000805-0000132?color=0001 The only colors they have is Black and Hot Pink. The Dr. Martens I saw at the mall (Journeys): http://www.journeys.com/product.aspx?id=255278&h=Journeys/-dr%2e-martens-white Dr. Martens, White Boots (Online Store): http://www.drmartens.com/us/search?text=white+boot Thanks for watching. c: ☠ Links ☠ Instagram: http://instagram.com/uniicornmeat Tumblr: http://uniicornmeat.tumblr.com/ Ask.fm: http://ask.fm/uniicornmeat Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/uniicornmeat Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/roxxishineooo/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/uniicornmeat Deviantart: http://roxxicolettestar.deviantart.com/ Gaiaonline: http://www.gaiaonline.com/profiles/roxxi-star/23334849/ WeHeartIt: https://weheartit.com/uniicornmeat My Website: http://roxxicolettestar.webs.com/ - ☯ Roxxi ☯
Views: 1026 Salem Kilgore
AutoAqua Smart ATO Review by Frags Reef - Marine Depot Product Test Team
AutoAqua Smart ATO: http://goo.gl/OhBgwA ABOUT THE PRODUCT The Smart ATO is a unique auto top-off system with a patent-pending contact-less digital sensor that monitors and automates refilling evaporated water. It has integrated Auto Feedback Security (AFS) technology which provides real-time fail-safe protection against failure. It is easy to install and contains no moving parts that can fail. ABOUT THE REVIEWER Bob describes himself as a "reef junky" and goes by the name Frags Reef on forums. His is a coral collector and into inverts, too, but fish... not so much. He says he keeps fish in his reef to produce food for his SPS corals. His bare-bottom SPS-only system has build threads on Nano Reef and NH Reef if you'd like view specs and photos. He has a 40-gallon breeder tank with a 40-gallon breeder sump as well as a 20 long quarantine tank. ABOUT MARINE DEPOT'S PRODUCT TEST TEAM In early 2014, we invited aquarium hobbyists from across the United States to join us for 6-month assignment as an aquarium product tester. The five finalists whose sample videos received the most social votes were invited to join our inaugural product test team. ABOUT MARINE DEPOT Marine Depot sells the best aquarium equipment, nutrition and supplements the world has to offer. To us, aquarium technology is like fine art. Nobody loves it more than we do! That is why we scour the world to find the equipment, nutrition and supplements that will most benefit aquarium owners and their wet pets. Our approach to product selection is to carry only products we ourselves would use. For more info, please give us a call at 1-800-566-FISH or head over to our website: http://www.marinedepot.com/help_md_general_information_about_marine_depot.html AutoAqua Smart ATO: http://goo.gl/OhBgwA
Sales Techniques - How to sell your idea if you don't have the money to build it
http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ - SUPPORT ME :) Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! Help me caption & translate this video! http://www.amara.org/en/profiles/videos/Evan%20Carmichael/ THEISLANDMONSTER: "I been watching the shark tank episodes and i seen so many inventions and so many ideas and they are really great but i have an idea that will sell and if i invent it won't cost a lot but i'm sure it will sell really good so my question is how to show your idea and invent it if you don't have that money to build it and who can help you to build it if you don't have the money to build it... by the way thank you for your video help a lot...."
Views: 29568 Evan Carmichael
Patent Product & Natural Extract by Navchetana Kendra Health Care Private Limited, Delhi
[http://www.herbalextractsmanufacturers.com/]Welcome to Navchetana Kendra Health Care Private Limited, Manufacturer and Exporter of Patent Product and Natural Extracts. An ISO 9001:2008 certified company, incepted in the year 2013. Advanced infrastructure facility and Ethical business policies make us different from others. Experienced R and D department, Cost effective price range and Flexible payment modes are the factors that help us to stay ahead of our competitors. We offer a wide assortment of Herbal, Natural and Fruit Extracts. Seed, Green Leaf and Natural Herbal Extracts offered by us are widely appreciated in the market. Our Natural Standardized Extracts and Extract Powders are extremely reliable. We are offering a top notch quality range of DHA Powders, Extracts and Patent Products. Classic Herbal Products and Alcohol De Addictions are available with us at cost effective prices. Herbal Extract for Herbal Formulations and Spices Extract for Food Supplements are some of our best selling products. To Get More Details, Please Visit Our Website http://www.herbalextractsmanufacturers.com/
Views: 719 IndiaMART
Sell Your Idea - How to present your IDEA to a company
http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ - SUPPORT ME :) Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! Help me caption & translate this video! http://www.amara.org/en/profiles/videos/Evan%20Carmichael/ HJ Invente: "Hi Evan, I am an inventor. I have a great idea that I have created. I would like to present it to a company that can use the product. I have drawings and even a protype that I personally made. I do not have start up capital to get a protype. This is a great product and I know that it would do great in the market. Can you give me some advise on different approaches/things to do? Thanks"
Views: 117581 Evan Carmichael
"Bug-A-Salt" On Steroids (Salt Shotgun)
The "Bug-A-Salt" is an ingenious product: A pump action shotgun that kills flies with ordinary table salt! What started as a crowd financing project is now a successful, affordable weapon. As much as we love the thing, of course we HAVE to find out if we can max out the concept. See the "Zombie-A-Salt", a much beefed up, home made version! The original can pierce a tin foil from five inches distance... the new model can tear a beer can apart from two meters! A "The Slingshot Channel" production.
Views: 1660921 JoergSprave
Learn about Patent Research and Other Types of Searching
Learn more at http://www.inventorslc.com/ I wanted to do a quick video discussing the differences between patent research and some of the other more advanced types of research you can get done. I divide these more advanced searches into three categories: noninfringement searching, invalidity searching, and state-of-the-art searching. First off, I'll take a second to define patentability searching, which when you say it that way is quite self explanatory. You are doing patent research to see if your invention is patentable, if there is any prior art out there that would likely stand your way of getting a patent. Compared to the other types of searching, this is a fairly straightforward, less expensive project. You should be able to get a patent search and patentability opinion for between 1 and $2000, depending on who you work with and the complexity of your invention. With that in mind, let's look at these other types of searches. Starting with noninfringement searching. With noninfringement searching, you are trying to figure out if there are any risks of being sued for patent infringement should you bring your new product to the market. So you're looking for in force patents that might look like your invention, also, your paying much closer attention to the claims in those patents. This type of research is much more involved and it needs to be overseen and managed by a patent attorney who will take the search results and analyze the claims to determine if your perspective product has infringement risks. The fact that this type of research is going to take a lot of attorney time is a good indicator of how much more expensive it is than just seeing if an invention is patentable. With invalidity searching, you are doing research in an attempt to find prior art that would invalidate an issued patent or patents. It may be the case that you have a product in the market and your either being threatened with litigation or you are being sued for patent infringement. A key tactic in such cases is to attempt to invalidate the patent being used against you. So you're looking for prior art that the patent office overlooked or didn't do exhaustive enough research to find in the first place when they examined the application. Just like with noninfringement searching, invalidity searching is going to require a patent attorney to interpret and make the case for invalidating the patent. Also, just the fact that you are needing to extend your search so much farther beyond what the patent office originally did in their searching means that you are going to be spending a lot more time and money on this type of search. State-of-the-art searching is about making a broad search of a certain type of technology to see what the current state of invention is. This is something that corporate research and development departments do a lot. They want to see what everybody else in the industry is patenting or trying to patent, and with that information, they can decide about where to take their own inventing. So, like I said, these are more advanced, more expensive types of research. Another point that I want to leave you with is that if you are an inventor with invention, your first concern should be about patentability.
Weekly Apple Extravaganza: Apple TV, Tesla patents, and a shameless World Cup tie-in
Could the Apple TV attract a mainstream gaming audience that's turned off by the PlayStation and Xbox; could Tesla letting people use its patented technology kick-start the electric car revolution; and could our attempt to tie the World Cup into the Weekly Apple Extravaganza be any more transparent? Find out by watching -- and get MacFormat's iPad edition FREE with trial subscriptions! http://www.macformat.com/ipad Further reading: AirPlay Extension for gaming http://bigzaphod.tumblr.com/post/87823968514/apples-game How the market traps companies into pandering to the hardcore http://stratechery.com/2014/apple-tv-might-disrupt-microsoft-sony/ Tesla's opened patents http://www.teslamotors.com/blog/all-our-patent-are-belong-you Products mentioned: BeeWi Bluetooth robot: http://www.bee-wi.com/bluetooth-mini-robot-bbz150-a2-beewi,us,4,BBZ150-A0.cfm
Views: 794 MacFormat
AutoAqua Smart ATO - Installation and Operation
AutoAqua Smart ATO - Automatic Top Off System Information The Smart ATO is a unique Auto Top Off system with a patent pending contact-less digital sensor that monitors and automates refilling evaporated water. Best of all it is very easy to install and contains no moving parts that can fail. Integrated with AFS (Auto Feedback Security) technology which provides real-time fail safe protection against failure. You simply move the outside controller to adjust your sump to a desired water level. It`s that easy! *Mounts to Clear Glass or Acrylic sumps. Max wall thickness: 1/2 inch (12.7mm) Max distance for sensor: 1 inch (25.4mm) Everything you need is included -Controller/Sensor -Power Adapter -Tubing with Universal Holder -DC brushless pump (Max. Height: 6.5 feet, Max. Flow Rate: 74GPH). Features -Impossibly Small & Compact -Contactless Optical Water Level Sensor -NO MOVING PARTS! -ZERO CHANCE OF LEAKING VOLTAGE -Smart AFS(Auto Feedback Security) Technology -Very Easy Setup -Safely keep water & salinity levels (in Marine Aquariums) stable -Adapts to most aquarium/sumps with walls up to 1/2inch -2-Year Manufacturer`s Warranty You can view the AutoAqua Smart ATO on our website via the link below. http://www.marinedepot.com/AutoAqua_Smart_ATO_Automatic_Top_Off_System_Electric_Powered_Dosing_Pumps_Top_Off_Plug_In_Units-AutoAqua-CV47286-FIDPETPU-vi.html
Shock absorber urethane buffer by Power of Korea
Innovated patent product as worldwide no.1 and first edition what nobody copy this!. Unique solution for off road and rough road like poth hole. Less vibration, Reduce braking distance , stable connering. Totally different ride-Feeling. !!!
Views: 2203 Korea TTC urethane
DIY: How to Remove Scuff Marks from Patent Leather | Jalisa's Fashion Files
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Views: 97820 Jalisa's Fashion Files
How to Search for Patents
Wondering why the video cut off? Our videos have moved. Go to http://library.ucf.edu/videos to view the most recent content. This video explains patent classification systems and demonstrates how to conduct a patent search step-by-step using the free global patent database, Espacenet. Video written and created by Karli Mair in collaboration with Patent Librarian Hal Mendelson. https://worldwide.espacenet.com/ http://guides.ucf.edu/patents
Views: 111783 UCF Libraries
How I Color (Dye) My Hair (Product Review and Demo)
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Views: 2749 Ginaism
Pharmaceutical Packaging Equipment Market by Package Type, Product Type – Global Forecast to 2018
The pharmaceutical packaging equipment market has a high-growth potential owing to a majority of the drugs going off-patent in the forecast period and resultant genericization.. However, factors such as the increasing cost of raw materials, the increasingly competitive environment, the use of refurbished packaging equipment for cost-cutting activities that are preferred among smaller pharmaceutical manufacturers in the emerging markets across APAC and the Latin American region may represent a significant challenge for the market growth during the forecast period of 2013 to 2018. Complete report is available @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/pharmaceutical-packaging-equipment-market-by-package-type-blister-strip-bottle-tube-aseptic-packaging-wrapping-labeling-serialization-by-product-type-tablet-powder-cream-syrup-aseptic-market-report.html . Besides the structural market drivers, there are strong geographic drivers for the growth of the Pharmaceutical Packaging Equipment Market. The economic situation and cost-containment issues have diverted the attention of pharmaceutical packaging equipment manufacturers from the North American and European regions to the emerging markets such as India, China, and Brazil. Major companies are establishing their subsidiaries in these regions and are investing in building stronger footholds in these countries. The Asia-Pacific region forms one of the most promising pharmaceutical packaging equipment markets in the world.
Views: 54 Georgia Downey
Sole Protector™ by 3M Product Removal
Quick SP Removal video to show our customers the benefits of applying Sole Protector™ to your sole. When Installed properly the Sole-Protector will last over 75,000 Steps!!!!!! SP will keep your soles icey wear after wear! It significantly delays the yellowing process! For more info or to order visit us online www.Sole-Protector.com Check us out on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter #KEEPYOURSOLECLEAN
Views: 8642 SoleProtectorSP
Monetizing your Product, Service or Technology (March 10, 2014)
Presented by the Inventors Association of Manhattan Hosted by Bruce Zutler So you have a product ready for market entry? Or you filed your provisional/non provisional application and/or received a patent, trademark or copyright registration- now what? When and How do I start making money off my Product or IP? Licensing is just one way and there are pitfalls and benefits all inventors, entrepreneurs, start ups or early stage companies must be aware of? David Postolski will discuss these issues as well as the anatomy of a license agreement as will other ways to monetize and commercialize your IP including patent brokers, auctions, enforcement through litigation, non practicing entities, universities and private equity funds. David Postolski is an intellectual property and patent attorney with Day Pitney's Patent Practice Group and their Trademark, Copyright, and Advertising Groups. David specializes in assisting inventors, creators, start ups, entrepreneurs, early stage companies, and emerging companies with their U.S and International intellectual property strategy, protection, enforcement and monetization. David remains very involved in the creation of New York state's first federally approved patent pro bono program in conjunction with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. David's leadership positions with the ABA Intellectual Property Law section has allowed him to be involved in exciting initiatives such as teaching K- graduate teachers how to incorporate intellectual property into nationwide classrooms across and be a frequent speaker and author on intellectual property issues surrounding reward and equity crowdfunding.
Stolen Ideas - How to prevent big companies from stealing your idea
http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ - SUPPORT ME :) Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! "When creating big iOS apps as an individual it takes a lot of time and effort. However what happens once you release your app other big companies that have hundreds or developers will steal your idea and have the money to advertise it. How do I pervent big companies from stealing my idea... IamGretar"
Views: 42812 Evan Carmichael
468L - Seal Tight™ Handle-Off Ball Valve Lockout
Master Lock Safety Solutions Seal Tight™ Handle-Off Ball Valve Lockout is a patent-pending innovative design eliminates the risk of valve reactivation with removal of the handle. Simple remove and store handle and covers the valve stem for secure lockout. Learn more at www.masterlocksafety.com
Views: 2925 Master Lock
Muc-Off X-3 Chain Cleaning Device
Grab your X-3 here: https://goo.gl/VhMw75 Does your chain suffer from regular grit and grime build up, tired of spending too much of your time cleaning your chain when all you want to do is get in the saddle and ride? Well Muc-Off have a solution... introducing the new Muc-Off X-3 Chain Cleaning Device. This patent pending design boasts a heavy-duty construction and cleans your chain in seconds! With chains carrying ever increasing price tags, it makes sense to make them last. The only effective way to prolong your chain’s life and running efficiency is to make sure it’s regularly cleaned and lubed. The X-3 Chain Cleaning Device is by far the easiest way to give your chain a good scrub in preparation ready for lube. Included in the kit is a 75ml Drivetrain Cleaner. This liquid can be either sprayed over the drivetrain or poured into the top reservoir, which is then released by a control button. This ensures the application of the cleaner is quick and easily controlled. The X-3 and Drivetrain Cleaner formula partner up to attack the worst of grease and grime from every possible angle to deliver the ultimate, deep clean on even the dirtiest chains. The abrasive cleaning teeth and rotating brush wheels which have 120 contact points cover all areas of the individual chain link for a deep and thorough clean. Finally the excess dirty fluid drops into a second lower reservoir so it’s kept away from the clean chain (so you aren’t recycling grime all over the chain as almost all other devices do!). Drivetrain Cleaner is fully biodegradable so it is safe to be disposed of down the drain if you were also using a bio chain lube! For more information on the product view it on our website now: http://muc-off.com/clean/261-x-3-dirty-chain-machine.html?ref_cat=8
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What is Patent Licensing?
Patent licensing is an essential element of our intellectual property system, which allows a patent holder to create agreements for sharing their intellectual property with others. This enables inventors to build off each others ideas, while maintaining ownership of their invention, and ultimately provide more innovations for our world!
DJI Patent reveals "transforming" ability - Inspire 1 design revealed?
See http://www.google.com/patents/US20140263823 DJI have applied for a patent on a quadcopter with a unique transforming ability. Could this be the "deny convention" aspect that was trailed in the DJI teaser video? The Inspire 1 shots we have had revealed so far have not revealed much, but the odd angle of the LED indicator lights (if that's what they were) might tie in with the whole motor arms lifting. All will be revealed on Wednesday 13th November, but in the meantime yet more DJI speculation and information releases - I bet their marketing department are loving it! Website: http://www.onthekitchentable.info (videos are categorised and fully searchable) Twitter: @Simon_Quads If you find these videos useful, please like share and subscribe, and if you'd like to support the channel please consider becoming a patron: http://www.patreon.com/newton or donating via https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=3DAQD3G7KQ69A Or you might like to support the channel by doing your usual shopping via my affiliate links! :) Amazon UK: http://amzn.to/ZIfmx5 Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1FqMo5z Buy from DJI Store: http://www.bit.ly/djistore Animation and backgrounds by Blake Evans My "On the Kitchen Table" videos are mainly aimed at newcomers to multirotors, quadcopters, drones and UAVs, particularly to the DJI product range, and the Phantom line in particular. I have how to's, product reviews, tips, tricks, hints and information for beginners and those in the early stages of the hobby. I film "on the kitchen table" to show people that, like me, you don't need a workshop and an array of specialist equipment and years of experience to get started and progress with flying these amazing aircraft and enjoying making great aerial videos and stills. So if you have bought, or are thinking of buying, a DJI Phantom, Phantom FC40, Phantom 2, Phantom 2 Vision or Vision+ or Plus, or even building your own DJI Flamewheel F450 or F550, we can do it... on the kitchen table!
Views: 3976 On The Kitchen Table
Pake-off Trail in Drop dead diva S4E12 (Business Law Assignment law case)
Scripts of Pake 1) S: So, I was trying to bake a cake, but two pages of the cookbook got stuck together with vanilla extract, and then I ended up baking my cake in a pie crust. S: I mean, pie plus cake equals pake. Voilà ! J: We are all just one happy accident away from being a genius. S: Did you just call me a genius? What if I did? You'd be the first. Well, the first to say it without an exaggerated eye roll. J: [ Chuckles ] I have a proposal for you. S: Oh! [ Chuckles ] I'm flattered, but I think you're moving a little fast there, Jonah. J: The thing is, Stacy I own the patent on the pake. S: I'm sorry. What? Yeah. J: Here here's the paperwork. J: You've been profiting off my intellectual property something that I'm willing to overlook for half of your profits. S: I think this is the worst date ever. 2) G: You didn't fill out the patent form? S: Oh, no, I filled it out. Two weeks before I opened the pakery. G: Okay. That's good news. S: But on my way to the post office, I realized my Groupon for lash dipping was expiring, and then I kind of forgot. G: Stacy, this guy is a patent troll. He looks for successful products that haven't been patented, then files the paperwork and tries to extort the true inventor. G: I checked his records. He's done it before. S: So what are we gonna do? G: Well, he's a small-claims terrorist. And since we don't negotiate with terrorists, we're taking him to court. S: Thank you. 3) Judge Lyford D: Your Honor, we have the signed and dated patent application for the pake. There's nothing to litigate here. My client owns the pake. End of story. G: Nice try, but per the patent reform act of 2011, First to Invent trumps First to File. H: I'm confused. Um, what exactly is a pake? S: I am so glad you asked. It is a delicious dessert half pie, half cake. I brought one for you. And it's not a bribe, unless you want it to be. H: Thank you, honey. I'm sure it's delicious. But I really shouldn't. G: And I have Miss Barrett's lease agreement dated June 24th for her business, called "The Pakery," which predates Mr. Pierce's patent application by six weeks. H: Mm-hmm. Mr. Pierce. J: I keep a journal. I'd like to read you my entry from Wednesday, June 17th. H: Of course. Go ahead. J: "Feeling a bit down this morning. I decided to bake a cake, but the pages of the cookbook stuck together, and I baked my cake in a pie crust. It's genius. I think I just invented..." S: Liar! That's my story! I told him all about it when I thought we were on a date. You are a story-stealing, pake-faking, fake-flirting terrorist! H: Enough, enough. Uh, do either one of you have a witness? J: Um, sadly, no. I I create a la carte. S: Nikki Lepree saw me invent the pake. She even took pictures on her bedazzled cellphone. G: We do have a witness, Your Honor. We'll need some time to track her down. H: Okay. We'll reconvene tomorrow. 10:00 a.m. instead of 9:00. I think I may need that extra hour in the gym. Bailiff, get me that pake. We're adjourned. S: Nikki Lepree is a con artist who disappeared into thin air after stealing my money. How are we gonna find her? G: I don't know. But we've got 24 hours. 4) [ Sighs ] S: And photo no.3 is the third attempt at the maple pecan pake. It was so yummy, we knew we had finally nailed it. D: Your Honor, we were promised testimony from a witness, not a bunch of unsourced photos. G: As an officer of the court, I attest that these photos came directly from a Ms. Nikki Lepree, the witness. H: No offense, but that Nikki looks computer-generated. No one's skin is that glowy in real life. S: Her skin really is that glowy. I swear, it's like a baby seal, even in jail. G: Oh, God. H: Wait. Wait. In jail? D: I'm sorry, but their mystery witness is a criminal? We move to have the photos stricken from the record. H: I'll take that under consideration and issue my ruling tomorrow. But, Mr. Kent, you should know better. We're done. S: [Indistinct conversation] I'm sorry. I screwed up. G: Stacy, why did it take you three attempts to make that pake? S: Because the pie crust cooks at a different rate than the cake. Why? G: Just curious. 5) H: [ Chuckles ] A pake-off? Your Honor, this is a court of law, - not "Top Chef." G: - It's simple. Mr. Pierce says he invented the pake. Well, if that's the case, he should be able to make one. And if his pake is as good as Stacy's, she'll not only concede the patent, she'll hand over the lease to her pakery. H: Works for me. H: Ms. Barrett, good job. Mr. Pierce? This isn't looking good. S: It's burnt on the bottom and raw in the middle. That's because a cake and a pie crust cook at different temperatures. It took me like three tries to figure that out. H: Ms. Barrett, the patent is yours. S: Your Honour. H: Mr. Pierce, you've got bigger problems. I intend to review every single one of your patents in light of what you pulled here today. No one likes a troll.
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Photography patent  Amazon JERKS!
This is kind of wild! Amazon, has taken to patenting setups that have been in use for years! It appears this will have to go to court so anyone attempting to own "set-ups" will be considered a FOOL! This is so wrong in everyway! http://pdfpiw.uspto.gov/.piw?Docid=08676045&idkey=NONE Also, take a look at this law point where you must state you believe you are the inventor of this technique - etc. http://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/37/1.63 This of course was not stated in the Amazon patent! As that would be pure bullshit! http://www.uspto.gov/inventors/patents.jsp If, you look down on this site it states, "What can and cannot be patented? Process Machine Article of manufacture Composition of matter Improvement of any of the above" Process is the top one that says, it cannot be patented yet the fools at the USpatent office and Amazon are patenting a process! Amazing!
Filofax Domino in Hot Pink Patent!!
Hi Everyone, I recently purchased the A5 size Domino and I am in Love with it!! I have had this for about 2 weeks and I am so thrilled with this little gal!! I am loving the size and wanted to share some joy with you!! Thanks for watching! xoxo Vicky To get $10 off your order for Erin Condren use this link! https://www.erincondren.com/referral/invite/vickyparrilli Check out my blog! For more pictures and book reviews and all sorts of things!! http://makeupnall.blogspot.com/ Check out my etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/MissVickybees Check out my books on goodreads.com and become one of my friends so we can share books!! http://www.goodreads.com/review/list/20647910?shelf=read Say hi on twitter!! http://twitter.com/missvickybee2b Say Hi on Instagram! Missvickybee2 for the brushes I use and dry 'n shape. http://www.sigmabeauty.com/?Click=90171 If you would like to get in touch with me or you are a company that would like me to review a product please email at [email protected] Please subscribe and comment!! thanks for watching! xoxoxo Disclaimer****** Everything was purchased by me and my own money!
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Kickstarter Success - How to prevent your idea from being stolen on Kickstarter
http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ - SUPPORT ME :) Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! Help me caption & translate this video! http://www.amara.org/en/profiles/videos/Evan%20Carmichael/ Agusta Robinson: "Great info Evan! I just subscribed to your channel. Question! Say I put my idea out there on kickstart and it's not patented yet! Someone could steak my idea. How do I go about this?"
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How to: Clean, Care, and Remove Scuff on Patent Leather Shoes
Friend me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katecolorhighheels How to clean, care, and remove scuff on patent leather shoes tutorial video. Patent Leather seems to be very popular these days. Due to its versatile and glossy look. You can clean patent leather with your regular household items such as baby wipes, hand sanitizer, window cleaner "Windex", petroleum jelly, and Nivea cream. However, I prefer Windex, over petroleum jelly and Nivea Cream because it gives the glossy shine to the leather. I read from multiple blogs that you can also use petroleum jelly and nivea cream to care for patent leather. However, they make the patent leather appears duller. In my opinion, Windex works best. In the video, I will show you how to properly clean, care, and remove scuff marks on your patent leather shoes. My Christian Louboutin Simple 100 in Patent Leather has a white scuff mark on it, and I use a household product to remove the scuff mark. It works like a charm. No need to spend money on expensive leather care product. Please like, share, comment, and subscribe. Thank you for watching. Sexy High Heels by KateColor :) Twitter: @KateColor1 Check out my blog: http://loveallthingscolor.wordpress.com/ Stalk me at Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/loveallthi... eTip me with BITCOIN at: 1GapoSd5CpYZb5aYrK4kr8rUzE4sLYHi5S
Views: 120049 Kate Color
Hugo Barra on latest Xiaomi products
Chinese tech firm Xiaomi showed off some of its latest products on Tuesday. The Beijing-based company unveiled its new Mi smartphone and billed it as a challenger to Apple's iPhone. Analysts say the Mi 4 will be a make or break product for Xiaomi after sales of the older model proved disappointing. The company is also aggressively expanding overseas. Hugo Barra, Xiaomi's Vice President for overseas business spoke with CCTV's Xia Cheng.
Views: 1633 CGTN America
Radiator Copper and Aluminum Separating Machine
W: http://goo.gl/Qd4Mxb E: [email protected] Radiator Copper and Aluminum Separating Machine is our invention patent product which is used to separate copper and aluminum of the discarded air conditioner radiator. After the copper and aluminum separated, the copper pipes are not damaged and almost no copper loss.
Views: 18049 Amisy Lee
Stephen Key: Turn Your Ideas Into Goldmines While Other Do The Work
Subscribe on iTunes at http://baconwrappedbusiness.com/itunes Or see this full episode of Bacon Wrapped Business at http://baconwrappedbusiness.com/stephen-key He is a successful and award-winning inventor, entrepreneur, and educator. He has licensed over 20 products in the past 30 years, he holds about 30 patients, and manages a portfolio of over 50 patents. Stephen’s products have sold in Walmart, 7-Eleven, Disney stores, and theme parks worldwide. His products have also been endorsed by Michael Jordan and Alex Trebek from Jeopardy. As his way of giving back. Stephen has written the book One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams into a Licensing Goldmine While Letting Others Do the Work, a very powerful resource that has personally helped me in my licensing business. Stephen also cofounded inventRight along with his business partner Andrew Krauss, a company which is solely focused on education to help their students become empowered in the licensing industry. I’ve invited Stephen on the show to share his invaluable insights and strategies about licensing and to help shed some light on just how simple the process of “renting your ideas” can be. Whether you are an entrepreneur, opportuneur, marketer or designer, this episode has the ability to change the landscape of the way you view and do business forever! Here’s what we discussed: 04:57 - How to "Rent" your ideas vs selling them 06:19 - You can license anything 09:11 - Why you shouldn’t have the idea 09:53 - How to use "The Multiplying Effect" for exponential results 10:17 - What Stephen would have done differently if he were starting today 11:00 - Feeding the Idea Monster 11:40 - How to use "Design Schools" as Gold Mines 15:41 - How to make the first approach to licensees 16:20 - How to create easy leverage points to win over both sides of a deal 18:23 - Why you don’t need to have an eye for opportunity 19:15 - Why you don’t have to do much (or any) real work 21:52 - Should you have a standard licensing agreement? 22:12 - Other opportunities for licensing 23:30 - Potential profit as licensing agent 25:29 - Minimum guarantees and performance clauses 26:21 - Should you ask for money upfront 27:16 - Licensing the same idea to different industries 28:38 - Licensing to Coca-Cola 29:33 - Capitalizing off unmanufactured products 30:33 - Using the Ad agency as side door 31:02 - How to introduce yourself to ad agencies 32:49 - How to introduce yourself directly to a company 34:01 - Tapping the right departments and guiding your contacts 36:13 - Where to start when there’s too many companies to contact 38:11 - Taking advantage of Google product search 40:52 - Why the dumbest ideas in the world can still get licensed 41:50 - What markets and industries are hot 44:20 - Where to find product designers 46:00 - Where to start building key relationships 46:38 - Invention vs. innovation 48:46 - Is publishing really licensing? 49:49 - Reverse ghostwriting 50:44 - Creating for the marketplace 53:00 - Putting the pieces together, connecting to dots, and creating leverage points 56:04 - How Stephen become a Disney licensee 58:08 - Leveraging the name of bigger brands 1:01:40 - What is inventRight? What makes it different? 1:03:42 - Stephen’s thoughts on invention submission companies 1:04:50 - How to become an idea agent 1:07:45 - Finding a home for your idea 1:13:40 - Stephen’s upcoming projects RESOURCES For more information on Stephen Key and his incredible work, visit: Download the Full Transcript To This Episode Free Here: http://baconwrappedbusiness.com/stephenkeytranscript Stepehen’s Site - http://www.inventright.com Stephen’s Book - One Simple Idea: http://baconwrappedbusiness.com/onesimpleidea Stephen’s interview - The Art of Charm Podcast: http://theartofcharmpodcast.com/2014/06/25/279-stephen-key-look-job-can-create-one/ If you have any questions or challenges or would like a second opinion on your business strategy, email [email protected] and let me know. -uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 16890 Brad Costanzo
June Favorites 2014
Here are all the beauty products I have been loving for the month of June 2014! What have you been loving? Check out Coolway's products and use the code "coolway26" for a 10% discount off their products! https://www.coolwayhair.com/ Watch this Video in HD!!!! I hope you enjoy and don't forget to comment, rate, and subscribe! XOXO Follow me at GlamourWithGrace on Twitter and Instagram :) Instagram: http://instagram.com/glamourwithgrace Twitter: https://twitter.com/GlamourWGrace Check out all the Fabulous Sigma Brushes I use here! Get $10 off with June10 http://www.sigmabeauty.com/?Click=423757 Check out my Lorac Pro 2 palette first impression and swatches! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idEieg-1JN8 Watch my original Project Pan video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njQZ_fE9vZU Watch my Completed Project Pan Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fX9C40KLQ_k Check out my Project Pan 2 Month Update https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Afq2qL0j6mE Check out my Project Pan 4 months update https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09_SxBoTfBE Check out my Makeup Collection http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elHGkw0qwS8 Check out my Decluttering Video of my Makeup Collection https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmr9XG81gKE For more of my videos check out my channel https://www.youtube.com/GlamourWithGrace What I Am Wearing: Shirt: Tilly's Necklace & Bracelet: Origami Owl Nyx photo loving primer in anti-redness L'Oreal Trumatch foundation in alabaster Dalton conceal it concealer in fair Physicians formula mineral face powder in translucent light Elf Eye brightener in buff Pixi Subtle Suntouched bronzer Nyx baked blush in chiffon What n wild reserve your cabana Mac painterly paint pot Mac dirty blonde eyebrow pencil Naked urban decay basics palette Sigma resort palette Sephora Pantone black liner Elf liquid liner in black Ulta lash icon volume mascara in black Mac patent lip pencil in patent pink Mix butter lipstick in lollies
Views: 503 GlamourWithGrace
Disgraced Korean scientist receives stem cell research patent
A former leading Korean geneticist has received a U.S patent on a controversial stem cell line that sparked a scandal nearly a decade ago. Hwang Woo-suk was earlier convicted of falsifying papers and embezzling government funds, but this latest development may open the door for his return. Our Paul Yi reports. Disgraced cloning scientist Hwang Woo-suk is again making waves in the international scientific community with a recent U.S. patent based on his controversial stem cell research. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office confirmed this past week that the "NT-1" embryonic stem cell line had been granted legal protection, along with its respective laboratory process. Hwang was among the 15 inventors listed on the approved patent. The NT-1 line is based on creating human embryonic stem cells by transferring the core genetic information of a normal human somatic cell into a female egg. First announced in 2004, the scientific breakthrough made headlines worldwide for being the first-ever line of stem cells extracted from cloned human embryos. The pioneering experiments propelled Korea to the forefront of cloning research, with Dr. Hwang and his team publishing landmark papers in the world's most prestigious scientific journals. But the fame was short-lived, as investigations discovered that Hwang had fabricated much of his research results. As a result, he was stripped of his position from Seoul National University and later convicted of embezzling research funds and violating bioethics laws. However, the recent U.S. patent development may mark a turning point. Experts say the NT-1 patent does not mean the stem cell production process has been proven scientifically, despite claims by Hwang and his supporters. Instead he may use the patent to ask Korean authorities to lift a ban on certain research, which he was barred from continuing more than seven years ago. A veterinarian by training, Hwang now leads the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation in Gyeonggi-do Province, focusing on bio-engineering work with animals. Though Hwang's fall from grace tainted Korea's scientific reputation, some say the scandal raised public and government awareness of stem cell research. Korea currently has more stem cell treatments than any other country in the world. Paul Yi, Arirang News.
Views: 3268 ARIRANG NEWS
How much does it cost to file a patent.
How much is a patent? Richard Eldredge of the Eldredge Law Firm explains how much filing a patent costs. He includes information about patent research. Eldredge Law Firm is located in Dallas TX and provides patent consultations, filings, and all forms of patent law. With offices in Fort Worth, Dallas, Plano, Mansfield, Allen, and Arlington, the Eldredge Law Firm is a great place to go for patents, trademarks, infringement, intellectual property licensing and more. Visit: http://www.dfwpatentlaw.com/Patent-Law/
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HELLO THERE! Today's video features my make up bag that I showed in my last video. I got a few comments about the sounds from that bag & thought I would do a video focusing on those sounds. There is a bit of whispering in the beginning of this video but the rest is tapping & scratching. I hope you enjoy!
Views: 21909 chelseamorganwhispers
The 60s are definitely one of the best era's for makeup. Overly excited to take you back to the nifty 60s in this tutorial using my BH Cosmetics 120 Palette! Fairly simple tp do, just be patient when drawing your crease. Finishing my look off with the Patent Polish Lip Pencil from MAC, I also let you in on a little secret on where you can get similar products for a fraction of the price! I also spill more details on the Mime's Dollhouse Hair Company... stuff I just can't make up lol If you would like to see the text messages between Mime's Dollhouse & myself, click the link to my twitter & view the screenshots there :) https://twitter.com/BougieVyntage PARTICIPATE IN THE GIVEAWAY! Thanks so much for all your love and support! PRODUCT LIST PRIMER: MAC PREP+PRIME SKIN LIQUID FOUNDATION: L'OREAL TRUE MATCH LUMI CONCEALER: NYX COSMETICS “ABOVE & BEYOND FULL COVERAGE” (TAN), HARD CANDY “GLAMOFLAUGE” (LIGHT) HIGHLIGHT: BEN NYE LUXURY POWDER (BANANA) CONTOUR: MAYBELLINE “FIT ME PRESSED POWDER” (360 MOCHA) POWDER: MAC STUDIO FIX (NC45), MAC MINERALIZE SKIN FINISH (DARK) BLUSH: BLUSH PALETTE (eBAY) BROWS: MAC FLUID-LINE (DIPDOWN), BEN NYE EYE SHADOW (BLACK-BROWN) MASCARA: MAYBELLINE LOTS OF LASHES (BLACKEST BLACK) LIPS: MAC PATENT POLISH LIP PENCIL (PATENT PINK) SETTING SPRAY: MAC FIX+ EYES: TWO FACED COSMETICS EYESHADOW INSURANCE MAC PAINTPOT (PAINTERLY) BH COSMETICS 120 PALETTE MAC FLUID-LINE (BLACK TRACK)
IP - Patents: Be Smart On Intellectual Property
This video is part of Kauffman Founders School http://www.entrepreneurship.org/founders-school.aspx Kauffman Founders School series feature Powerful Presentations with Nathan Gold, Intellectual Property with Peter McDermott, Founder's Dilemmas with Noam Wasserman, Entrepreneurial Selling with Craig Wortmann, and Startups with Steve Blank. ©2014 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. May not be used without permission. To enter a request for permission to use, contact [email protected]
New Jersey Business Insurance: Understanding Patents
Patents are essential to help businesses protect their inventions and products, but can be off-putting and complex, especially to small operations that may not have very much experience protecting their intellectual property. Patent laws are incredibly complex, and the process can be time consuming and financially daunting. What is a patent? A patent is essentially a limited monopoly afforded to an inventor over the rights to use, sell and market their invention. If a patent is granted, the patent holder obtains the exclusive rights to the patented innovation for a set period of time. Patents evolved as an incentive for inventors to invest their time and resources into new ideas, productions, technology and other discoveries which could be useful to the public and their communities. Once a patent is awarded, immediate disclosure of the patented information to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) is required by law. Patents are only protected under the jurisdiction of the governing body they are filed with, which means that something patented in the U.S. is only afforded patent rights in America. The technology can be taken to another country and developed by non-patent holder there without penalty, if the patented item is not already registered there. When the term of protection granted by the patent has ended, the innovation enters the public domain where others become free to utilize and expand upon the patented information. Before marketing, producing and selling any new product is essential to check for any current patents held or pending for similar product or technology. This will help avoid patent infringement which can be a huge legal and financial complication. Patent infringement is basically the use of patented information, technology, products and materials by any party other than the patent holder, or without the patent holder’s permission. The legal definition of patent infringement often varies based on location and jurisdiction, but it typically includes using, selling or marketing the patented invention. In order to avoid patent infringement, patent holder may grant businesses a license to use their innovation. Any business utilizing the patented property of another party should be especially careful of the terms of their usage, or risk running into unwanted legal complications. At Tri-State Insurance Agency, we believe that the more businesses understand about their risk exposure, the better equipped they are at avoiding them. That’s why our New Jersey Business Insurance specialists take a proactive approach with our clients, working to develop the right risk management program to address your firm’s specific needs with tailored business insurance plans and services. We specialize in serving a broad range of sectors throughout the region, from small businesses to big corporations. To learn more about how we can help protect your operation, call our New Jersey Business Insurance specialists today at (888) 990-0526. http://www.tsia.net/new_jersey_business_insurance_patents/
install umbrella  with patent avi
I can put SEVEN or TEN of these, before you can put a regular umbrella in the sand! This is Patented. Patent is for sale! The patent that will Rock your world in a useful, cool and profitable way! Use: beach umbrella, real estate signs, yard signs, flag poles and more. Use in the sand, lakes, parks. Use for utility, road work and construction sites. This video was taken at my broker's back yard in Miami, Florida. She had guests over and took this awesome short video. Advertise your company on the beach! Very easy to use. Patent is for sale. [email protected]
VanderBox Product Showcase
Shop: www.vanderbox.com Patent Pending Portable Audio Coolers & Products VanderBox is a product of Cooler-Systems LLC. Appleton, WI. Made in the USA.
Views: 7781 VanderBox
News on Hemo-HIM technology patent, effect, interview
National TV news tells on the government's new technology with animal/human test result and science background. Contact [email protected] for more information and how to buy it
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MOLOTOW™ Product Sessions #04 - How to install your MOLOTOW™ REFILL EXTENSION
How to install your MOLOTOW™ REFILL EXTENSION? Take one of the latest MOLOTOW BLISTER “EMPTY MARKER sets“ which includes MOLOTOW™ REFILL-EXTENSIONS and serveral nibs as well. Available in different sizes. Screw off your pump marker head and remove the valve. Simply screw on the unique MOLOTOW™ REFILL EXTENSION on your marker body, insert the valve and screw on the marker head again. That´s it! From now on refilling a pump marker is = EASY, FAST & CLEAN! The MOLOTOW™ REFILL EXTENSION ring is available in 3 different sizes. * patent pending Please check: http://molotow.com/products/marker-ink/refill-extension/
Views: 4240 MOLOTOW™
$1000 Earphones! (Shure SE846 Unboxing & Test)
Pricing & Availability Shure SE846 (US) - http://amzn.to/25HIlBx Shure SE846 (UK) - http://amzn.to/1pH3THo Shure SE846 (CA) - http://amzn.to/1mgZhXj Wu-Tang Hoodies - http://amzn.to/1UCe3HJ Welcome to my Shure SE846 unboxing. Here are some detailed specs from the manufacturer. Key Features Quad Hi-Definition MicroDrivers for extended high-end clarity. Patent-pending design includes a groundbreaking low-pass filter for a True Subwoofer performance. Adjustable sound signatures including balanced, warm or bright. Sound Isolating design blocking up to 37 dB of ambient noise. Detachable cable with Wireform Fit for unmatched personalization and comfort. Enables long product life. Crystal-clear housing allows a view of the precision-engineered, laser-etched components of the interior. FOLLOW ME IN THESE PLACES FOR UPDATES Twitter - http://twitter.com/unboxtherapy Facebook - http://facebook.com/lewis.hilsenteger Instagram - http://instagram.com/unboxtherapy Google Plus - http://bit.ly/1auEeak
Views: 8742421 Unbox Therapy
Alfa Laval Unique single seat valves – product-wetted seals
In this Alfa Laval 360° Service & Maintenance video we will demonstrate how to replace the product-wetted seals on Alfa Laval Unique single seat valves - shut-off, normally closed, non-maintainable. With Alfa Laval service you maximize the reliability and uptime of your equipment. The result is superior performance throughout the equipment life cycle – performance that puts you ahead of competition. http://www.alfalaval.com
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Jury says Samsung infringed Apple patents
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- A California jury awarded Apple $119 million - far less than it demanded - in a patent battle with Samsung over alleged copying of smart phone features, and the jury made the victory even smaller by finding that Apple illegally used one of Samsung's patents. The verdict was a far cry from the $2.2 billion Apple sought and the $930 million it won in a separate 2012 trial making similar patent infringement claims against older Samsung products, most of which are no longer for sale in the United States. The jury found that Apple had infringed one of Samsung's patents in creating the iPhone 4 and 5. Jurors awarded Samsung $158,400, trimming that amount from the original $119.62 million verdict. Samsung had sought $6 million. "Though this verdict is large by normal standards, it is hard to view this outcome as much of a victory for Apple," Santa Clara University law professor Brian Love said. "This amount is less than 10 percent of the amount Apple requested and probably doesn't surpass by too much the amount Apple spent litigating this case." The award may be adjusted slightly in favor of Apple. Jurors were ordered to return to court Monday to continue deliberations on a minor matter that could result in a higher award for Apple. Because the jury was still empaneled, jurors were prevented from talking publicly about the case. Samsung spokesman Lauren Restuccia declined comment, citing the ongoing deliberations. Apple declared the verdict a victory. "Samsung willfully stole our ideas and copied our products," Apple spokeswoman Kristin Huguet said. "We are fighting to defend the hard work that goes into beloved products like the iPhone, which our employees devote their lives to designing and delivering for our customers." Unlike the first trial in San Jose federal court in 2012, Samsung lawyers made Google a central focus of their defense. Google makes the Android software that Samsung and other smartphone manufacturers use as their operating systems. Samsung argued that Google was Apple's real target. More than 70 percent of smartphones run on Android, a mobile operating system that Google Inc. has given out for free to Samsung and other phone makers Both companies will now try to urge the judge to remove the others products from store shelves in the United State. Love and other experts say that neither company is expected to succeed with those demands. "So far Apple has been unsuccessful at doing so and, without a sales ban, this case is unlikely to move the needle on the larger battle between Apple and Android," Love said. The verdict marked the latest intellectual property battle between the world's top two smartphone makers. Apple and Samsung have sued each other in courts and trade offices around the world. Apple and Samsung are locked in a bitter struggle for dominance of the $330 billion worldwide smartphone market. Samsung has become the leader of the sector with a 31 percent share after being an also-ran with just 5 percent in 2007. Apple, meanwhile, has seen its market share slip to about 15 percent from a high of 27 percent three years ago. The jury of four men and four women delivered its verdict in the latest case after beginning deliberations on April 29. During the monthlong trial, Apple argued that many of the key functions and vital features of Samsung phones were invented by Apple. Samsung countered that its phones operate on the Google Android software system and that any legal complaint Apple has is with the search giant. Google entered the smartphone market while its then-CEO Eric Schmidt was on Apple's board. The move infuriated Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who considered Android to be a blatant rip-off of iPhone innovations. After removing Schmidt from Apple's board, Jobs vowed that Apple would resort to "thermonuclear war" to destroy Android and its allies. At the recent trial, Samsung attorneys produced an email Jobs sent to executives in 2010 urging them to wage a "holy war" against Android in 2011. Early in deliberations, the jury wanted to know if Jobs had mentioned Google when considering the lawsuit that was eventually filed in 2012, several months after the Apple founder died of cancer. U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh told jurors no additional evidence was available to them beyond what was presented during the trial. Koh answered similarly to questions about Samsung's chief executive officer's reaction when informed that Apple executives had complained to executives at the South Korean company about alleged patent infringement. (c) 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Learn more about our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.
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Intro: Intellectual Property, a Series | 1 of 62
Intellectual Property for Start Ups This series of videos, designed to assist entrepreneurs during their start up period, covers over 60 topics, including patents, copyrights and trademarks. The videos were designed to help guide start-ups through the important basic concepts of intellectual property. About the Professor: Professor Bryce C. Pilz (http://www.law.umich.edu/FacultyBio/P...) is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Law in the Entrepreneurship Clinic (http://www.law.umich.edu/clinical/ent...) at the University of Michigan who represents tech start-ups concerning intellectual property, incorporation, and financing matters. Prior to joining the Law School, Pilz practiced at Kirkland & Ellis LLP in the firm's intellectual property practice and clerked for Judge Amy J. St. Eve in the Northern District of Illinois. Most recently, he served as Associate General Counsel at the University of Michigan, where he worked with the Office of Technology Transfer on start-ups and licensing. Pilz was part of a team that spun-out more than 60 tech start-ups and entered into more than 500 technology licenses over a five-year period. Pilz also assisted in the creation of the University's Venture Accelerator at the North Campus Research Complex and advised the Center for Entrepreneurship on student entrepreneurship matters. Prof. Pilz has also served as a National Science Foundation I-Corps mentor and teaches in the University's Master of Entrepreneurship program. CFE: http://www.cfe.umich.edu/ I-Corps: http://www.cfe.umich.edu/innovation-corps Masters of Entrepreneurship: http://entrepreneurship.umich.edu/ How to use these resource videos: The outline below will help you identify the topic/video most important to you. I. INTRODUCTION 1 • Overview of start-up intellectual property issues 2 • Overview of categories of intellectual property II. PATENTS A. An Overview of Patent Rights 3 • Overview of patent system 4 • Patent remedies and why to patent 5 • Anatomy of a patent 6 • What are patent rights? 7 • Patent term -- How long does a patent last? B. What Can Be Patented? 8 • Patentability and eligibility overview 9 • Patent eligibility -- What inventions are eligible for patent protection 10 • Patentability: Novelty 11 • What is Prior Art 12 • Patentability: Obviousness 13 • Patentability: Written description and enablement 14 • Public Disclosure Issues C. Obtaining a Patent 15 • Patent application process 16 • Provisional patent applications 17 • Selecting a patent attorney 18 • International patent protection 19 • Continuation patents 20 • Invention reporting: mining for inventions D. Patent Inventorship and Ownership 21 • Patent inventorship 22 • Joint inventorship 23 • joint ownership 24 • Patent ownership 25 • Patent licensing 26 • University tech transfer 27 • Past employment issues E. Design Patents 28 • Overview of design patents F. Patent Infringement and Litigation 29 • Enforcing patent rights 30 • Freedom to operate 31 • Claim construction and claim charts 32 • Designing around the patent of another 33 • Defending against patent assertion 34 • Willfulness 35 • Invalidating third party patents 36 • Retaining patent litigation counsel III. COPYRIGHT A. What copyright protects 37 • Copyright Overview 38 • Idea/Expression 39 • Copyright registration 40 • User interface issues 41 • Software: patents v. copyrights B. Copyright ownership 42 • Works for hire 43 • Joint authorship 44 • Authorship compared to patent inventorship C. Avoiding copyright infringement 45 • Fair use 46 • Open source software 47 • Reverse engineering 48 • User generated content and DMCA take downs IV. TRADEMARKS A. Obtaining trademark protection 49 • Trademark overview 50 • Trademark registration 51 • Distinctiveness: selecting a strong name B. Clearing your company or product name 52 • Performing an initial trademark clearance 53 • Likelihood of confusion C. Using trademarks of others 54 • Nominal and fair use 55 • Intermediate trademark uses V. TRADE SECRETS A. Protecting your trade secrets 56 • Overview of trade secrets 57 • Trade secret policies 58 • Enforcing trade secrets 59 • Disclosing secrets under nondisclosure agreements B. Avoiding infringing others' trade secrets 60 • Hiring personnel 61 • Non-compete agreements 62 • Obtaining information pursuant to nondisclosure agreements
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One of our favorite international clients. Sold his patent after working with our team from New Zealand to a large tool manufacturer in the United States for just under $100,000.
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