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What is the difference between trademarks patents and copyrights?

 A patent is a legal monopoly, granted by the U.S. Patent and  Trademark Office (PTO), for the use, manufacture and sale of an  invention. Patents on useful devices, calle (MORE)

What are the typical working hours for a Police Officer in the United States?

there are three (3) shifts 8am - 4pm , 4pm - 12am and 12am - 8am ... Another View: The above is not necessarily true for ALL law enforcement agencies. While there are many wh (MORE)

What is the difference between a patent agent and a patent attorney i.e. can a patent agent write an appeal before the US patent office?

Don't worry both are same!       Not quite. Anyone who has a college degree in science or engineering can take the patent bar exam. If they also have a law degree (MORE)

Who was the youngest man to hold the office of President of the United States of America?

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was 36 when elected, Theodore Roosevelt was 43. I'm Canadian and know more about your country then you. Wrong. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was elected i (MORE)

Are there deaf police officers in the United States?

Yes there are three known deaf police officers in the United States. Two male officers and one female.Each one of us HAD to excel do work the road. (HWK) Yes there is. In (MORE)

Did Nikola Telsa work at the patent office?

No. Nikola Tesla worked a variety of jobs including ditch digger, telegraph engineer, & assistant, later chief, electrical engineer for a telephone company, however he never w (MORE)