That’s a (W)rap: Celebrating 3 Clients of Mine Whose Patents Helped Change Entire Industries With Their Idea!
My recent ribbon-cutting event offered me an opportunity to present Innovation Awards to three of my clients. These awards honored 3 particularly brave inventors that I helped successfully win their patent.
Medical Inventors, I’ll bet that many of you purveying my patent attorney services have at some point or another suffered a nasty Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear that keeps you off the tennis court or impacts your ability to climb stairs without pain.
Cat inventors are rising to the challenge and launching innovative patented products for homeowners similar to the LitterZap invention profiled in an earlier story. From simple litter box ideas to more technological masterpieces that pursue self-automated methods to help cats clean up their mess, these commercialized inventions should inspire you to take your shot at success!
Zapping kitty litter in the butt, may not be the most glamorous aspect of owning a cat, but my client Stewar Lovenvirth has built a crafty, patented invention that does just that for discerning pet owners across America. Say hello to the LitterZap®, a self-sterilizing litter box featuring motion-activated ultraviolet germicidal lights designed to neutralize litter pathogens!
Entrepreneurs and inventors: Are you stuck in your comfort zone? Escape the gray twilight of indecision and join me for my keynote session at Startup Safari Miami, where I outline a roadmap to getting your idea patented and commercialized.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. By all accounts, Target was paying homage to one of the greatest video games of all time when it rolled out “Foot Pong” in a limited store release.
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Imagine having the freedom to make mistakes and learn from them. This the promise and reality of healthcare simulation technology (and related patents) which I explored during my recent keynote address to The Gathering of Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists (SimGHOSTS).
Small actions at the right time, in the right place, with the right people, led to one of the most famous patents of all time that was the harbinger of the denim blue jeans that James Dean, America – and eventually the world – fell in love with.
Inventors, if I had to ask you what commercial product is in 96% of our homes and used 30 billion times per year what would be your answer? If you answered salt or paper clips you guessed wrong. However, if your answer was the common toothpick, bravo, you nailed it!
The way it wiggled when it hit the floor struck Richard T. James like a sledgehammer welded by the inventing gods themselves. The torsion spring had fallen off his desk and “stepped its way down” to the floor in a magical spring-like fashion that conjured up the idea for the world-famous Slinky® toy that he successfully patented in 1947.
Most successful software inventions weren’t an “instant hit” upon release into the market. Success came from determination, having the right business mindset, and patenting their intellectual properties to ward off IP violations