My client Andy Castellanos has invoked The Patron Saint of Impossible Dreams to build, patent and market his St. Rita Baseball Bracelet Band that’s inspiring legions of baseball fans, professional baseball players, and patients of his Miami Wound Care Center to “BELIEVE” in TINY miracles.
An innocent typo in group emails I was sending out to my family diverted the message into the inbox of a complete stranger whose reply above was followed by the most epic chewing-out I ever received in my life: “You have neither the guts to start your own patent law firm nor the brains to give up.”
Small Inventors Now Have The Upper HandProf. John Rizvi, Esq., Miami Patent AttorneyWhen Bert Martinez, a well-known marketing consultant and media personality recently interviewed me on his Money for Launch Radio Show, he expressed his surprise – as most entrepreneurs do – when I told that one of the biggest ..Continue Reading
The Birth of a BrandWhen Giselle Fermin (seen above) approached me to trademark her newly conceived natural haircare product line, GRACE BY G®, she signaled her intent to turn her part-time business venture into a powerful brand that could help women of all ages achieve healthy, lustrous and strong hair ..Continue Reading
Prof. John Rizvi, Esq.Indentifying & Solving An Industry ProblemWhen Donal Inman first came to see my firm several years ago, he outlined his frustration with standard spring aligners, showing us his new idea for treating cross-bites and overcrowded teeth. He saw an opportunity to disrupt the field with patented aligners ..Continue Reading
Prof. John Rizvi, Patent AttorneyCrafting the Bulletproof PatentThe average Inventor only has, on average, 27,375 days to spend on the planet Earth to craft a dream life and build a platform for success. Arguably at least 416 days or 10,000 hours needs to be spent perfecting your craft or ..Continue Reading
John Rizvi, Esq.My Confessional to InventorsWhen I was a kid growing up in Topeka, Kansas, there were farms everywhere and a rudimentary knowledge of chicken farming was widespread. I’m not in Kansas anymore, but I never really got away from my love of chickens. Not many people know this about ..Continue Reading
Have you ever tried REALLY HARD to achieve something and fallen face first in the dirt? It is tempting to downplay our effort because “trying hard” is not cool. Success is supposed to come easy for those that are “meant” to be successful, right?