Patent laws are intended to allow an inventor a specific amount of time before their creation becomes public.
Patent laws are intended to allow an inventor a specific amount of time before their creation becomes public.
The less pessimistic reason would be that many patents represent inventions (and particularly pharmaceuticals) that are of significant benefit to the public, so once the patent holder has had the opportunity to recoup its research and development investment, it is in the interest of the greater good to make them as widely available as possible. The more pessimistic reason would be that copyright holders are much better and more organized about lobbying for extensions.
On June 30, 2015, astrophysicist and inventor Lowell Wood, Jr. surpassed Thomas Edison as the United State's most prolific inventor. Currently, Woods is listed on 1,240 patents.
Patent is the full ownership of your invention. All countries have their own patent office. Search for the patent office specific to your area.
When Franklin invented his various items there was no patent office, so he didn't have any.
Actually, there are several people who got patents for this invention. By most accounts, the first was J.B. Sutherland, a Detroit inventor who got a patent in November 1867. There are also a few sources that name William Davis as someone else who received a patent sometime in 1867; but other sources say it was actually June 1868. Next, Joel Tiffany got a patent in June 1877, making improvements on what had already been attempted… Read More
The French auto maker Society Parisienne patented a FWD car in 1899. The American Walter Christie patented a FWD car in 1904.
There is no way to give you protection for your "property" until the application process has been completed. The Patent Office must search to see if other patents already exist for your property. You also have to meet specific guidelines that determine if you are even eligible for your specific patent. Your application also much be carefully and correctly completed before the investigation can even begin. BUT when considering if your property can be patented… Read More
Abraham Lincoln became the first US President to hold a patent for an invention. He was awarded a patent in 1849 for devising a set of bellows located in a ships hold to be deployed in order to lift the ship over shoals and other obstructions in river beds. This would enable new and larger cargo vessels to navigate further upstream than previously they never could. This would help the trade of small towns faraway… Read More
This is called a patent and as a third party you can be granted a licence to use that patented technology by the holder of the patent.
No: "Goods" in business must be tangible materials, and the value of a patent is the right to exclude others from practicing the claims of the patent. This right is not in itself tangible, but it may be converted to a tangible asset by licensing the patent or suing anyone who violates it.
The patent laws are country specific, you would file in the US if you wanted to stop you invention being stolen in the US jurisdiction (a big market).
It is lawful for a black engineer to agree to act as an expert witness for white in a patent lawsuit in return for $50,000.00 fee plus expenses for his expert witness services as long as the expert witness was in fact a witness and not taking the job for the sole purpose of earning the money.
The patent system helped stimulate inventiveness and increased production.
I am not sure about the 410 but a 12ga. is anywhere from $400 to $200 depending on the condition. I have just researched this and found that it is a model 330 made between 1926-1935. Hope this helps.
As of 2010, General Electric (GE) has 1,222 patents. Aside from this, they have filed 37, 268 patents in the US.
The application commonly credited with being the first video game is "Pong," a ping pong game invented at the Brookhaven National Laboratory which ran on an oscilloscope. It consisted of two paddles and a ball.
There are literally thousands of patents that deal with various aspects of compact discs, players and recorders for compact discs. One of the first patents for optically readable discs was filed by Phillips Corporation in 1972.
Certainly. The actual holder of the patent will depend upon the employment agreement. If the employee developed the idea while working for the employer, the patent will belong to that employer. Many employers have a program set up to give a bonus to the employee if the patent is granted. If it is created outside of work, the individual retains all rights. Depends on whether you're employed to create inventions and whether your employer has… Read More
That's not a model number, might be a serial number or patent number. There were over twenty different Marlin slide-action shotguns and most are very similar to each other. Would have to know all of the markings on the gun, plus see some digital pictures to properly identify it. Some of these guns (particularly the Model 19) are unsafe to shoot with modern ammunition. email@example.com
Answer That model was made from 1933-1942. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you mean obtaining a copy of an existing patent, each country has a collection of every patent it has ever issued. The U.S. collection can be accessed online at uspto.gov. If you mean, "get my own patent for an invention"... First, you need to have an invention of your own. Then you need to speak to a patent attorney and determine if the invention can be patented and in which countries. Then the patent… Read More
You can find a firing pin for a J.Stevens "Crack Shot" Model 26 by contacting Cardinal Promotions Inc. at email address: CardinalPromotions@mchsi.com
i got one with same marks as yours it says model 1914 on octagon barrel did you find out much more about yours
Depends on the condition. Rabbit ear dubars range in price, these days, from less than $100 to as much as you wanna pay, depending on the condition and maker. This gun, if it is shootable, less than $500. If not shootable, less than $200. Original Redneck Genius Basically a Stevens "store-brand" shotgun from the 1920's. email@example.com
It depends upon what country you're talking about and how "early" you mean. By 1899 there were over 600,000 US patents. In 1850 there were less than 8,000.
It is a Remington 22 Model 16. The Remington.com site has some basic info on it. If you do a google search on it you will get a lot of hits where people are selling, looking for parts, etc. Numrich gun parts carries parts for it. They have a web site.
If you have advanced knowledge on your subject and you can follow directions well, a patent software can be very useful. However, prior to filing a patent, ask yourself, "What is my objective for this patent?". Are you looking to bring the patent to market? Are you looking to sell or license your patent? Too many inventors spend $10-$20k on a patent prior to knowing whether there is even a demand for what they are… Read More
Thomas Edison was a well respected scientist with over 1000 patents, exact number would be 1093
Alexander Graham Bell was a Scottish inventor who invented the Telephone. John Logie Baird was also a Scottish Inventor who Invented the Television(T.V) Scottish people invented a lot of stuff :) And finally,Thomas Edison who invented the most valueble,useful household item,the lightbulb:)
Robert E.Smith Alexander Miles Oct 11,1867
Foramina are openings. Neural foramina patent bilaterally just means that the openings in the spine are open, and allow the nerves to pass through normally...
First step, you should do the patentability search for your invention. You can take help from Patent Agent/Patent Attorney for conducting patentability search. After that, the invention description is written in a specific format as needed by the patent office, and it will contain Title, Abstract, Background, technical description and Claims. The patent specification is filed at patent office to obtain patent application number, and patent application will be published after 18 months from filing… Read More
1. IBM 2. Philips
An improvement of an existing invention is itself an invention, and can be patented like any other invention. Contact a patent practitioner (patent agent or patent attorney) for assistance. The United States Patent and Trademark Office has lists and addresses of patent practitioners in every state. Avoid companies that advertise they will "help you get a patent."
Probably not. A patent protects an invention, which may be embodied in a product/object, but it only prevents others from making, using, selling or importing the patented invention. A copyright protects creative expression, which can be embodied in an object of sculpture, for example. Taking a picture of that object creates a new copyrightable object: the photograph. If the object is a work of visual arts, then the photograph could be considered a "derivative" work… Read More
You should hire an attorney when filing for a patent.
Thomas Edison The "Wizard of Menlo Park", Thomas Edison held 1,093 US patents.
There are numerous costs involved in obtaining a patent. doing a preliminary search to determine whether you're wasting your time obtaining initial consultation with patent attorney drafting and filing provisional application (filing fees of $125 for individuals) drafting and filing non-provisional (starting at $190 filing fees, and perhaps several thousand dollars of attorney fees) search fees, examination fees, issuance fees, maintenance fees attorney fees for dealing with objections and rejections Patent Cooperation Treaty fees for… Read More
Many countries required patented devices to have the patent numbers printed on them or their packaging. You could also do a search of online information about an invention to determine if there are patents on it, or hire a professional patent searching company to do it, depending on why you need to know.
A patent can be used to prevent others from making, using, selling or importing a particular invention, without permission, for which a license fee can be charged, if desired. Protection can usually last up to 20 years from date of filing, with exceptions for things like ornamental designs or plants, assuming the on-going fees are paid. Some potential investors might shy away from your company if you do not appear to believe in your product… Read More
John Lee Love was an African-American carpenter in Fall River, Massachusetts. He patented a Plasterer's Hawk in 1895. This was a tool used to spread plaster or mortar.
Apparently it's Abraham Lincoln, who was not on my short list (I was expecting it to be Jefferson, who was something of a polymath, or Hoover, who was a bona fide engineer.)
Patents protect inventors from having their work copied by others. The work to be protected must be original, useful, and not obvious. An example of this is the popular drug Zocor. It was under patent until June, 2006, so no other company could make and sell that drug. The patent expired and now other companies can sell the drug labeled with its generic name, Simvastatin. Once issued, a patent can be used to prevent others… Read More
The earliest patent for a revolver was issued in 1818, for a flintlock revolver. There were other patents for revolvers, but the most significant was the Colt patent, which issued in England in 1835 and in the US in 1836. The specific thing that was patented was not the revolver, but a revolver designed in such a way that the cylinder was rotated and locked by the action of cocking the hammer.
light bulb batteries batttery holder light bulb holder switch to turn it on and off and you would need something to bring it all together like how a real torch has a plastic holder
Thomas Kennedy Snr - Founder of Glenfield and Kennedy and Inventor of Worlds First Water Mete
This is likely a Stevens 315 I also have a hammerless double barrel shotgun but it has J Stevens Arms Company Chicopee Falls Mass patented April 20 1915.The way I was told to tell what model it was,by the length of the upper tang.The model 315 has a 2 5/8" Tang and a model 515 has a Tang of 2 7/8".My gun is the model 315 and from the J Stevens name I have been… Read More
got qouted 400 euros for a mint condition crack shot 26
If patented in 1913 the shotgun is most likely was made before 1920. There is not really any way to get an accurate date without knowing more about the gun.
Hello... I to recently was looking for the age of a Lefever SXS 12 Ga Damascus Twist Shotgun with the SN# 19958.... Sounds as if your looking for the same infor.. ... PS... Mine is marked with the same Patent Dates.... Sideplate Joined: 22 Jun 2005 Posts: 4 Location: Austin,Texas Posted: Sat Jul 02, 2005 9:55 pm Post subject: Seiral Numbers of Lefevers YEAR GUN # Lefever Arms Co. - Lefever Sidelock Model Guns 1880… Read More
The actual value of a gun can change drastically depending on the condition, proven provenance, rarity, and the current market demand. Demand is constantly changing, which means the value is constantly changing. The condition would include the finish and mechanical wear. Even in rough condition, a gun with proven provenance could still be quite valuable. Modern Gun Values or the Gun Trader's Guide are both good sources of information. Current editions of these books can… Read More
About $150-$250, depending on the exact condition, what part of the country you're in, how badly someone wants it, and sometimes which way the wind is blowing.
A SxS in useable but not like-new condition will bring between $100 and $250. A 20 gauge or .410 will be in the mid to upper part of that range and a 12 or 16 gauge in the lower to middle part.
Charles Goodyear, 1844. Vulcanized rubber.
Thomas Edison said this quote. The actual quote is, "Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration." But yes, it is Thomas Edison who said this quote.
Thomas L. Jennings patented a dry cleaning process called "dry scouring" thanks and your welcome! :) Thomas L. Jennings patented a dry cleaning process called "dry scouring" thanks and your welcome! :)
In 1846, Elias Howe patented the first sewing machine.
about two hundred and seventy five depending on condition
Alexander Graham Bell had 18 patents issued to him only, and 12 issued to him and collaborators.
Thomas Jennings was the first African American to receive a patent, on March 3, 1821 (U.S. patent3306x). Thomas Jennings' patent was for a dry-cleaning process called "dry scouring".
You will want to visit the official Patent and Trademark office online to see if your idea has been patented first then apply for a patent.
Thomas Edison received his first patent, U.S. Patent 90,646, on June 1, 1869. This patent was for the electric vote recorder.
Yes, it was. But you probably want to know either how old it is or what it is worth. It was made between 1920 and 1948 and is worth $150 to $250, depending on condition.
Sarah E Goode -invented an improved cabinet bed
There is not mention of Thomas W. Stewart ever being married. He was an inventor who is credited with creating the mop and blender.
the first patent was given to Samuel Hopkins in 1790 for making pots and pearls ashes used in soapmaking
it's more alive than ever - everyone is doing his research. trying to augment fuel for their vehicles, let me explain generating highly explosive browns gas (a molecule of two hydrogen atoms sharing an electron) from water ( two hydrogen atoms sharing the electrons of one oxygen atom) by electrolysis is a very common technique especially in welding (hydrogen flame will instantly melt steel) although it consume considerable electricity. One of Myers main points was… Read More
The devil is in the details. Is it factory nickel and engraving? You would need to get it lettered by Colt to find out if it left the factory the way it is now. If not, it would then depend on how old the nickel is and how good it was done. Same thing with the engraving. What is the barrel length? What are the grips made out of? What caliber is it chambered for… Read More
If you call it somthing else you can. but if it has alot of thing that the people patented you Can't
He invented a device to lift boats over shoals
There will be a wide variety of questions regarding the rules and interpretation of the Patent laws. You will also be required to evaluate a claim and analyze it against existing technology. Past exams can be obtained through the Patent Office.
Washing machine - Hamilton Smith (US) Refrigerator-Ferdinand Carre (France)
Lexapro patent expires in March 2012. So not available as a generic. Its "sister" drug is Celexa, which has been off patent since 2003. Ask your Dr. for Celexa. A 90 day supply of generic Celexa is about $15 at places like Wallgreens or Walmart. Escitalopram, which is the trade/brand name of Lexapro is a “purer” form of Celexa (generically known as Citalopram). Lexapro (i.e. Escitalopram) is the (S) enatntiomer of racemic Citalopram (i.e. Celexa)… Read More
Patents are used to prevent others from using your invention. For more information see www.uspto.gov
The US Patent Office. http://www.uspto.gov/patft/index.html Try to do your search on weekends or late at night, during the days there is a heavy load on the servers and it goes slow You can also try free sites which try to improve upon the government site, such as freepatentsonline.com or archpatent.com. These type of sites offer search techniques not available at the uspto and sometimes provide linked content, such as re-assignment information.
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http://piurl.com/2Nh is a link to an article giving the answer. Teri is the company but there is also another pharma company involved.
The person who patented the flat iron in 1882 was Henry W. Seeley. He was an American inventor from New York City.
Foramen is Latin for 'hole'. Paten means "open"... The term means the holes in the spine where nerves go through are wide open... (that's a good thing!!)
It is an invention protected by a grant. So if somebody tries to copy it the they will be sued It means an invention protected by a grant. So if somebody tries to copy it then they will be sued. Was this what you were looking for.
To assess the value it would be necessary to know the model and caliber of the rifle. Or you can check "Blue book of Airguns" and try to locate it under the "Benjamin" section. You can find the book in most big bookstores. New Answer. This may be a model "F" and in good condition it would be worth around $95-$125, But without more information I can not be held to that price range.
Physicist, Albert Einstein registered a total of fifty patents. His inventions were often the result of collaboration with others. When he first graduated college, he had difficulty finding a teaching post. So, he took a job at the Swiss patent office, where he reviewed patent applications.
You can apply for a patent by going to the United States Patent and Trademark Office website. Click on the "Patents" tab, then follow the instructions to submit your application as a PDF file.
Absolutely. The term "patent pending" applied to a product has no legal ramifications. It's just advertising that they are trying to patent the technology that went into the product. Only an issued patent is enforcable. Some products will print patent numbers on their packaging if patents have issued for the technology. You cannot get a patent for something you didn't invent though. Filing a patent application involves signing an oath, and lying under oath is… Read More
Lady Edison's first patent was for the ice cream freezer.
They are supposed to boost creativity in people and restrict you from copying other inventions and works. Primarily, they give exclusive rights to the authors, and bring them tons of money - if their works prove to be useful.
A patent has been applied for but not yet granted.
I don't recall them having that but all collections are different, I would contact your local store to see if they could help you with that style of bag.
You need a patent to be officially credited for an invention. Also with a patent, no one can use your idea without permission. That is why scientists rushed to do patents, so the person who knew what they did wouldn't steal the blueprints or whatever and sell it to make money,
That is the patent number for the first basketball. The person credited with inventing the basketball was G.L. Pierce.
John Fitch and Robert Fulton
1937, same year hemp was essentially made illegal (controversy)
Well, I've heard that when people start off they make between $65,000-125,000; a lot of the time this depends on location because many top firms are only located in specific areas. Aside from the starting salary, I've heard that with a little experience it can jump drastically ($300,000+), under the right circumstances of course. Usually a postgraduate degree can help get you "up there."