My Client Gerard D’Offay Invents a New Patented Marine Product Using LEGO® and Paddleboard Inflatables as Inspirational Fuel

My Client Gerard D’Offay Invents a New Patented Marine Product Using LEGO® and Paddleboard Inflatables as Inspirational Fuel

In a moment of inspirational ingenuity my client Gerard D’Offay channeled the creative success of the iconic toy, LEGO®, to redefine the way modern day docking systems are built and arranged in the marine and yachting sectors. Read More:
How to Leverage Quarantine and Isolation to Help Patent an Idea

How to Leverage Quarantine and Isolation to Help Patent an Idea

For the past week, companies, both big and small, have been looking for ways to keep their businesses afloat, while keeping their employees and communities safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Inventor, What Is Your Turmoil Inspired Product?

Inventor, What Is Your Turmoil Inspired Product?

Despite an uncertain and unstable world situation and economy, opportunity and innovation for new products and inventions are often inspired during times of turmoil.
Can I Give My Dad a “Spiritual” Patent for His Courageous Will to Survive a near Death Experience?

Can I Give My Dad a “Spiritual” Patent for His Courageous Will to Survive a near Death Experience?

It’s been said that life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage. When I recently took the stage at our ribbon cutting event to celebrate the opening of our new headquarters, few in the audience that day realized how much that word meant to me personally as I scanned the crowd to lock eyes with my 79-year-old dad.
A Date With a Patent

A Date With a Patent

Even inventors pause from tinkering with their ideas and their thoughts turn to love.
Can Your Patent Firm Rock a Hula-Hoop?

Can Your Patent Firm Rock a Hula-Hoop?

Who would’ve thought that a giant, plastic circle could become an insanely popular toy lasting for over five decades? With $45 million in sales to date, I can bet you either owned this toy, played with it before, or was like me – and never really knew how to “work” the large ring.
The Importance of a Patent Search

The Importance of a Patent Search

Everything you must know about a patent search, why you must conduct a search, and the risks associated with online patent searches.
The Impact of Seaplane Patents in Shaping Early Transportation Methods

The Impact of Seaplane Patents in Shaping Early Transportation Methods

The first patent for a seaplane was filed in the late 1880s, but it wasn’t until March 28, 1910, that the first seaplane took to the skies and successfully landed.
More Cat Inventions Purring with Patent Protection and Robotic Wizardry

More Cat Inventions Purring with Patent Protection and Robotic Wizardry

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!
A Profitable Pet Invention Purring With a Crafty Cat Patent

A Profitable Pet Invention Purring With a Crafty Cat Patent

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!