Last week, Amazon announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office granted it two patents for a wristband that can monitor its warehouse
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We were shocked last month when we read Forbes’ Stop Taking Business Advice From Your Patent Attorney where the author wrote that his patent lawyer
Eyes Up! The Heavenly Palace is Falling!
The Chinese government recently announced that its first space station, Tiangong-1 (天宫一号 “Heavenly Palace 1”), is on a decaying orbit and unresponsive
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It’s not uncommon for us to get calls from prospective clients who want us to “patent their logo,” or otherwise incorrectly try to use intellectual
Owning a Patent vs Practicing a Patent
If a person gets a patent from USPTO, it might seem reasonable to think that the owner has the right to manufacture their patented invention – also
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Once you, the inventor, have filed a patent application, don’t just twiddle your thumbs for 3-5 years to see if your patent is granted. Start taking
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At Venjuris, we work on dozens of patent projects every year. Unfortunately, not everyone who wants a patent can get one. This week, I asked the
How Long does it Take to Get a Patent?
One of the most common questions we hear from clients seeking a utility patent is, “How long does this process take?” (The other common question is,
What is a Patent Troll?
One of the risks of being an entrepreneur, especially smaller developers and companies, is you may become the target of a patent troll. If you get a