John Rizvi, Esq. – The Patent Professor® Interviews Serial Inventor Robin Palmer

This podcast interview explores the initial path to patenting an idea, product or solution. It requires some restraint since certain logical steps, such as online research, could prematurely tip-off your ideas to potential competitors. Be careful when using Google, Amazon, eBay, GoDaddy and other popular portals and search platforms.

John Rizvi, ESQ. – The Patent Professor® Interviews Inventors Dennis and Mary Lou Green

This podcast interview explores the initial path to patenting an idea, product or solution. It requires some restraint since certain logical steps, such as online research, could prematurely tip-off your ideas to potential competitors. Be careful when using Google, Amazon, eBay, GoDaddy and other popular portals and search platforms.

John Rizvi, ESQ. – The Patent Professor® Interviews Product Developer Sef Chang

This podcast interview explores the initial path to patenting an idea, product or solution. It requires some restraint since certain logical steps, such as online research, could prematurely tip-off your ideas to potential competitors. Be careful when using Google, Amazon, eBay, GoDaddy and other popular portals and search platforms.
The Prosthetic Patent that Revolutionized the Medical Field

The Prosthetic Patent that Revolutionized the Medical Field

Before Hanger, Inc. grew to be a leading provider of “orthotic and prosthetic patient care,” it was merely an idea conceptualized by James E. Hanger, a former prisoner of war. Like many medical device inventions, the idea to invent something different was derived from a personal problem experienced by Hanger.This ..Continue Reading
How Razor® Reinvented the Skateboard

How Razor® Reinvented the Skateboard

Some of the best inventions are simply re-inventions of ideas that have worked in the past. They come back around, but with a new, innovative twist — such as with Razor ®. Known for literally reinventing the wheel, Razor ® is a company that offers electric scooters, ride-ons, hoverboards, scooters ..Continue Reading
Did New U.S. Military Branch Lose Rights to Secure Trademark Against Netflix Show?

Did New U.S. Military Branch Lose Rights to Secure Trademark Against Netflix Show?

It’s a race to space! Well, to trademark that name actually. The new branch of the military, Space Force – which has been designed to handle space warfare, may have lost trademark rights to a new Netflix show with the same name, Space Force. Last week, the Hollywood Reporter reported that ..Continue Reading
There’s No Such Thing As the Garage Inventor

There’s No Such Thing As the Garage Inventor

Photo Credited To: https://pixabay.com/photos/clutter-mess-untidy-garden-shed-360058/ There’s No Such Thing As the Garage InventorEverything that we see today started off as an idea or as a desire to make our human existence as simple as possible. Someone grew tired of walking and riding horses; thus, the automobile was invented.Someone figured a more ..Continue Reading
A Tidal Wave of Ventilator Innovation (And Patents) Breathes Life Back Into Pandemic Battlefront

A Tidal Wave of Ventilator Innovation (And Patents) Breathes Life Back Into Pandemic Battlefront

Even during pandemics, I stand by my claim that 99% of the time its small, simple ideas that have the greatest capacity for growth and power to the change the world.
Art of the Kickstart Podcast Interview: Pitfalls and Mistakes Inventors Should Avoid and How to Protect Your Idea.

Art of the Kickstart Podcast Interview: Pitfalls and Mistakes Inventors Should Avoid and How to Protect Your Idea.

This podcast interview explores the initial path to patenting an idea, product or solution. It requires some restraint since certain logical steps, such as online research, could prematurely tip-off your ideas to potential competitors. Be careful when using Google, Amazon, eBay, GoDaddy and other popular portals and search platforms.
3 Eco-Friendly Inventions that Make the World Better

3 Eco-Friendly Inventions that Make the World Better

For the past 20 years, on April 26, World Intellectual Property Day has celebrated how IP rights encourage innovation and creativity amongst different sectors. This year’s theme is “Innovate for a Green Future.” And it focuses on creating green innovative, and sustainable technology.