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
The global response to Russia’s role as the chief aggressor in the Ukrainian war has many surprising—and chilling—implications. From rising gas prices to the heartbreaking
Often times the greatest innovation comes from adversity! This is definitely the case for John Coban, the inventor of the Slingshirt®. Coban didn’t originally see himself being an entrepreneur but a major league baseball player.
It should be no surprise that the entire area of cryptotechnology and non-fungible tokens and their application to intellectual property law in particular has posed a number of unresolved issues.
With the advent of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), cryptocurrency and other blockchain-supported tech, a few of my more tech-savvy clients are asking whether patents are on the road to obsolescence.
Don’t forget to smile today: Commemorating Don Inman, the inventor of the Inman Dental Aligner, on World Smile Day.
I’m sure you’re wondering why a serious patent attorney like me would even care about celebrating World Smile Day. First off, just because my work
Most people in the United States start every morning with a caffeinated drink before tackling on their daily duties. It’s wild to think that the
How did it all start? Coca-Cola is a household company brand with humbling beginnings. For over 100 years, the cool beverage has had much business