IV. BASIC CLAIMING BUY WHITE SPACE PATENTING BOOK: CLICK HERE Click to download this chapter of White Space Patenting (pdf includes illustrations) A)New, Useful and Non-Obvious As mentioned above, an “invention” must be new, useful and non-obvious to be patentable. It’s usually fairly easy to draft claims so that they satisfy the “new” part […]
III.GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR DRAFTING PATENT APPLICATIONS BUY WHITE SPACE PATENTING BOOK: CLICK HERE Click to download this chapter of White Space Patenting (pdf includes illustrations) It is said that only about 60% of U.S. patent applications make it through the patent office to become patents, only about 15% of the issued patents are ever commercialized, […]
II.SEARCH PATENTABILITY TO BRAINSTORM THE AVAILABLE WHITE SPACE BUY WHITE SPACE PATENTING BOOK: CLICK HERE Click to download this chapter of White Space Patenting (pdf includes illustrations) How is it that good patent counsel can often devise white space claims in a few hours, whereas it may have taken the inventor months or years to […]
Fish IP Law™ is pleased to welcome its newest associate attorney, Brian Kim to the firm’s office in Irvine, CA. Brian focuses his practice on patent prosecution, in a variety of technological fields including artificial intelligence, and biomedical devices. In addition to Brian, Fish IP Law™ has recently hired three new team members including, a […]
CHAPTER I – WHAT IS WHITE SPACE PATENTING BUY WHITE SPACE PATENTING BOOK: CLICK HERE As practiced in our office,1 white space patenting is the process of claiming what the inventor thinks he invented, plus whatever commercially viable alternatives can be claimed, while still falling within the confines dictated by recent Supreme Court precedents. Management […]
An electronic educational game (1) comprising a learning aid (10) that is adapted to receive and identify a lesson card (20), and to subsequently accept user input and to provide responses. The responses provided are at least partially determined by the identity of the lesson card. The identity is determined by using an optical code reader (200), that is part of […]
A blowgun has a movable mouthpiece coupled to a barrel, wherein a soft, and preferably fluid-soaked projectile is inserted into the barrel through the mouthpiece via a continuous channel that is formed by the mouthpiece and the barrel. After loading of the projectile, the channel is closed by moving the mouthpiece relative to the barrel.
A fiying toy has a leader portion defining an opening, and a supple tail portion defining an inlet and outlet, wherein when the toy is fiying in air, the air enters through the inlet and exits through the outlet. Also, a center of gravity of the toy is within the leader portion. Furthermore, the thickness […]
A fiying toy has a wing having a leading edge, a first end, and a second end. A ballast element is coupled to the first end of the wing, and a launcher receiver element that receives a launcher is coupled to the ballast element.
A collapsible chair having a backrest, at least one backrest support rod, and a backrest rod anchor coupling the backrest to the backrest support rod, wherein the backrest rod anchor comprises a rod end receiving portion coupled to a backrest attachment portion, the backrest support rod is at least partially enclosed by the rod end […]