The Law and Patent Drawings

U.S. patent law requires a patent applicant to furnish at least one patent drawing (sometimes referred to as a patent illustration) of the invention whenever the invention is capable of illustration by way of a drawing.

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It’s All in the Details

The Photon Light Module System is a modular light box for product photography. It has three light panels to illuminate the subject from the top and the sides, and has different color backgrounds.

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Bridging the Gap

The Bra Bridge is a discreet bra-fitting accessory that attaches to your bra cups, lending support, lift, reduces bounce, “side boob,” and provides a slimmer appearance by pulling the girls in. I call it my secret “confidence booster.”

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Teaching the Teachers

What does a patent application look like? What goes into making an invention prototype? What are the laws involving intellectual property such as patents, copyrights and trademarks?Those were some of the questions addressed at the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s sixth annual National Summer Teacher Institute on Innovation, STEM, and Intellectual Property.

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Sitting Tall

Learn more about Rory Cooper’s lifelong role as an active inventor and team player in assistive technology.

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