The original speaker Adam Rosenberg is experiencing a power outage in his entire county. So we will reschedule him. I will be speaking tonight on the pros and cons of provisional patent applications. Hope to see you there. The link is: https://Fairfield.zoom.us/j/9622684377
Tonight at 6 pm via ZOOM, figure draftsman Adam Holden Rosenberg will present on: “Design Patents and their use as opposed to provisional patent applications.”
Adam’s career path has been an unexpected journey, and unique as they come. From becoming an Antique Metal Restorer, to a Tattoo Artist, a Healthcare Recruiter for a small recruitment firm, performing contract work Installing and Upgrading Computer Systems for a fortune 500 company, and a decade of Patent Drafting and Illustration at my previous employer. These experiences have imbued Adan with a varied skillset that enabled me to successfully start and grow my own Patent Drafting company, Acme Patent Drawings.
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I just attended an orientation for the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA) pro bono organization out of New York. They work in the association with the USPTO to provide pro bono patent and trademark services to people and business enties that qualify. Soon, I should be providing pro bono services through this organization. For more information on VLA go here.
Thought I would post a photo from the National Association of Patent Practitioners conference I attended two weeks ago. It was great seeing old patent friends, and making new patent friends.
More information on NAPP can be found here.
Hi Everyone. I just got back from a three day National Association of Patent Practitioners (NAPP) conference in Denver, CO. NAPP is the organization of choice for all patent professionals. NAPP provides networking, education, collegial exchange, benefits, and a collective voice in the larger IP community on patent law practice, so patent practitioners can flourish and achieve the highest levels of competence and professionalism in their practice. Patent practitioners include patent attorneys and patent agents. Attending the presentations and talking with fellow patent attorneys helps me stay on top of the latest developements in patent law. The NAPP conference agenda can be seen here.
My patent and trademark client Mike Hagen will be presenting at the Inventors Association of Connecticut (IACT) today. He will be talking about his trials and tribulations with respect to his invention for the RV Cover Rescue device. More information can be found here.
My client SIGNABLES, LLC of Florida and Lauren Cecchi of NY, recently received a design patent on their Memorabilia Ball Simulacrum. SIGNABLES, LLC seeks to improve the autograph experience by offering an authentic, display-ready keepsake. In other words, a Signable! The patent can be seen here.
My client David R. Winn of Westport, CT recently received a patent on his invention for “Transparent and colorless hardcoating films for optical materials with a tunable index of refraction and scratch resistance, as formed from anodic aluminum films”. This invention could improve eyeglass lenses in new an amazing ways. The patent can be seen here.
I presented to the Inventors Association of Connecticut (IACT) this afternoon, May 17, 2022. The topic was Filing a Trademark Application at the USPTO. The members asked a lot of interesting and probing questions. We had a good turnout. Next month, Onyeka Obiocha Executive Director of CTNext will present. More information can be found here.
I will be giving a presentation on Trademarks at the Inventors Association of Connecticut on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at 5 pm via. I will walk the attendees through how to file a trademark application at the USPTO. More information can be found here.