We had an Inventors Association of Connecticut (IACT) meeting yesterday on Memorial day! Patent Agent Jonah Probell spone on Patent Valuation, how patents can be a barrior to competition, and licensings and cross-licensing of patents. Mr. Probell is a friend that I met through the National Association of Patent Practitioners. To find out about IACT’s next meeting, go here.
Please join the Inventors Association of Connecticut meeting today. Today we have Adam Rosenberg a patent illustratory presenting on Design Patents from an Illustrator’s Point of View. More information can be found here.
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.
For more information, go 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.
Last week I attended the Inventors Association of Connecticut (IACT) meeting where my friend Paul Hebert presented. I often recommend Paul, when my clients are looking for someone to build a prototype for them, or manufacture a product, or have products manufactured in China and shipped to the US. Paul talked about many problems and issues he and his company have run into and solved. It was fun hearing Paul talk about products that started out as patent applications that I filed for the client. To find out more about Paul Hebert and his services go here. To see what Paul talked about the the IACT meeting, go here.
Yesterday I attended a meeting of the Inventors Association of Connecticut (IACT). Cliff Ennico gave an engaging presentation on Recent Developments in Fintech and Crowdfunding. For more information on IACT, please go here.
The inventors association of Connecticut (IACT) held its meeting last night via ZOOM, and it was very interesting. Eric B. Schultz talked about the history of innovation, with an emphasis on New England. It was good to see lots of inventors from Connecticut attend this meeting. To see more information about IACT, future meetings, and past meetings, go here.
Dr. Mark Maybury, the CTO of Stanley Black & Decker will be speaking at the next IACT meeting at 1 pm on February 18, 2020 at the Dolan School Events Hall at Fairfield University. Dr. Maybury is Stanley Black & Decker’s first Chief Technology Officer. In this position, Dr. Maybury manages a team across the company’s businesses and functions and advises on technological threats and opportunities, as well as provides access to all elements of the global technology ecosystem. Stanley Black & Decker is a $14 billion diversified industrial with over sixty thousand employees that manufacture one half million products in over one hundred facilities in sixty countries around the world. A core aspect of Stanley Black & Decker’s 176-year journey is a legacy of industrial excellence founded on socially responsible innovation. Increasingly these products leverage artificial intelligence, for example, to anticipate falls from gait analysis, perform audio event understanding to enhance security, or to provide intelligent health care companionship to enable aging in place. Equally important is the deployment of artificial intelligence to enhance the effectiveness of supply chains and the manufacturing and distribution of these world first products. This presentation will focus on the opportunities and challenges of deploying artificial intelligence at scale at Stanley Black & Decker for those who make the world.
I plan on attending and hope to see you there! More information can be found here.
I will be attending the Inventors Association of Connecticut (IACT) Holiday Party this Sunday, Dec 22, 2019 at Fairfield Craft Ales, located in Stratford. It will be great fun seeing local inventors at this festive time of the year. The party is for members of IACT, if you are interested, please join IACT. More information on joining IACT can be found here .
I will be attending the Inventors Association of Connecticut meeting tomorrow night, November 26, 2019 at Fairfield University. Game and Toy inventor Mary Ellroy will be presenting on “Licencing Your Game and Toy Inventions”. Mary will talk about investigating the successful ideation and go-to-market strategy that she used. of a serial inventor and former IACT President, Mary Ellroy. Mary Ellroy has been in the toy business since 1990, and is an inventor of toys and games and an agent for toy and game inventors. She comes to toy invention with a corporate marketing background. She received an MBA from the Boston College School of Management (now the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.) Past positions included a Director position at a Fortune 50 company, a vice presidency/ownership position in a newspaper advertising firm, and various advertising and media positions. Her creative accomplishments in consumer marketing inspired her to turn that creativity to toys and games. More information on the meeting can be found here.