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The Metaverse, “Fake” McDonald’s, REAL Money—and REAL IP Law Concerns

The Metaverse, “Fake” McDonald’s, REAL Money and REAL IP Law Concerns

There’s been a lot of buzz in the media lately about an item I’ve been following myself: namely, the blizzard of intellectual property filings hamburger Titan McDonald’s has put in front of the US Patent & Trademark Office to protect their IP in “the metaverse.” In some respects, the move to safeguard IP regardless of …

The Metaverse, “Fake” McDonald’s, REAL Money and REAL IP Law Concerns `

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Inventors: Give Your Patent Application a Winning Edge from This Former US Patent Judge & Examiner

If you have a great invention idea and want to protect it, you’ll obviously want to hire the best patent attorney and work with the best patent law firm. But what makes one patent law firm better than the others? Clients of The Patent Professor® enjoy some very special advantages. Romulo Delmendo is one of …

Inventors: Give Your Patent Application a Winning Edge from This Former US Patent Judge & Examiner `

Ariel Martinez Invented a Better Machine for Creating Grass Block Pavers and Protected His Idea with The Patent Professor®

Ariel Martinez Invented a Better Machine for Creating Grass Block Pavers and Protected His Idea with The Patent Professor®

Good ideas come to ordinary people every day, especially while working. As you toil away, you might think of a better way to do the work you do, and find yourself wondering, How do I get a patent on my idea? Is this type of invention even patentable? You might also be thinking, Should I …

Ariel Martinez Invented a Better Machine for Creating Grass Block Pavers and Protected His Idea with The Patent Professor® `

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John Rizvi gives answers to Newsradio 600 Kogo in San Diego

In Russia, it’s a patent free-for-all. They’ve effectively legalized patent theft from anyone affiliated with “unfriendly” countries. But what does this mean for Americans with patents registered in Russia? What can be done? Listen in as John Rizvi gives answers to Newsradio 600 Kogo in San Diego.

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