A Miami Patent Attorney Explains Why Inventors Let Million Dollar Ideas Slip By

A Miami Patent Attorney Explains Why Inventors Let Million Dollar Ideas Slip By

How does a person make sure the million dollar idea does not slip past him? In the video I explain that ideas do not always come at the PERFECT time. Many think their idea is so simple that it MUST have been invented already. This happens particularly when you think of ..Continue Reading

New Amazon Book: Escaping The Gray – When Launching Your Idea Full Throttle Is the Only Option

New Amazon Book: Escaping The Gray – When Launching Your Idea Full Throttle Is the Only Option

It all begins with an idea… Inventors and entrepreneurs know that the joy of creating something that changes everything is tempered with the terror of failure. Some of the greatest leaps of faith in human history were viewed as madness before they became the revolutionary developments that altered everything about ..Continue Reading

How One of My Clients Earned A $100 Million Payout from His Medical Idea

How One of My Clients Earned A $100 Million Payout from His Medical Idea

The Day He Walked Into My Office Several years ago a gifted young man, Alexander Gomez, walked into my office, sat down, and passionately told me about his medical idea, more a dream at this point, that had prompted him to drop out of medical school and form his own ..Continue Reading

Latest Video:  Client Patents Backup Holster for Law Enforcement Sector

Latest Video: Client Patents Backup Holster for Law Enforcement Sector

Peter Roccisano is a law enforcement officer with vision: His backup holster invention has the potential to save officer lives who require a secondary concealed weapon while working normal patrol duties. “It was quite a big learning process. There are many offerings out there but each one of them is ..Continue Reading

How Does Tax Affect The “Superstar” Immigrant Inventor?

How Does Tax Affect The “Superstar” Immigrant Inventor?

With immigration being a flashpoint in American politics one may wonder how tax law affects foreign inventors who locate to the United States, particularly “superstar” innovators who publish on average more than 29 patents (and receive a maximum of 100 citations per patent or more). Since the 1970s there has ..Continue Reading

American Inventors, Take a Bow: The Stats Show You Deserve It

American Inventors, Take a Bow: The Stats Show You Deserve It

As inventors, you sometimes need to be reminded of the important role you play in the American economy. While small businesses are often cited as the engine that thrusts U.S. GDP forward, it has been proven over and over again that Intellectual Property is a vital instrument in advancing economic ..Continue Reading

How To Land A Licensing & Distribution Deal For Your Sports Invention

How To Land A Licensing & Distribution Deal For Your Sports Invention

If you’re an inventor currently researching or building an invention related to the sports industry you may be wondering how much it costs to build your own brand, develop a logo, brand identity and do all the marketing yourself? Well, the short answer is a LOT. The long answer is ..Continue Reading

Startup Costs for Inventors in the United States

Startup Costs for Inventors in the United States

One of the challenges that goes hand in hand with developing a new prototype or invention is determining startup costs for your new business, including the value of your intellectual property.   This can be a tricky exercise especially in the early stages of ideation and attracting seed capital. You will ..Continue Reading

Insight: Patent Growth in The United States

Insight: Patent Growth in The United States

Are you curious as to what (and how many) patents are filed in the United States each year for categories such as Communications, Pharmaceuticals, Information Security, Medical, Dental, Software and more? Based on USPTO data we estimate that approximately 325979 patents were submitted in 2015 alone with the category Active ..Continue Reading

Inventors, Chew On This Edible Battery

Inventors, Chew On This Edible Battery

We recently wrote about Google skin implants that could one day assist in remotely diagnosing sweat and blood samples, a potential breakthrough technology in monitoring and treating diabetes. Recently scientists at Carnegie Mellon University confirmed that they have built a prototype battery out of melanin, a naturally occurring pigment found ..Continue Reading