I would like to congratulate my client SIGNABLES LLC, located in Longboat Key, Fl, for receiving their latest registered trademark “COLLECT THEM ALL”. The trademark can be seen here.
I am happy to announce that I will be presenting a class on “Commercializing Your Invention” on Feb 25, 2021 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. The class will be held online and you can sign up through Milford Adult Education. More information can be found here.
My client Hart Halsey LLC dba Extra Duty Solutions LLC, of Trumbull, CT recently received a registered trademark for “Extra Duty Solutions”. The mark can be seen here.
My client GALLICCHIO ENTERPRISES LLC of Newington recently received a registered trademark for its word and logo mark for “YOUNG RICH KIDS”. The trademark can be seen here. Congratulations!
My longtime client Alison Albanese, of Yorktown Heights, NY, recently received a design patent on her Office Organizer invention. The patent can be seen here. Congratulations Alison!
My client Lance R. Prentiss of Colchester, CT received a patent on his invention for a Log Splitting Article and method for implementing the same. The patent can be seen here.
My client Wilderness Trail Bikes (WTB) and Padloc LLC of Mill Valley, CA received a patent on their Handlebar and Grip Apparatus and System. The patent can be seen here. The device essentially allows a grip to “lock” onto a handlebar without the unwanted tendency of the grip to rotate with respect to the handlebar.
My longtime clients, Michael Cecchi and his daughter Paige Cecchi, received a patent on their invention for a Device for Separating Plants and the Plant Byproduct. Basically this device can work with plant products such as marijuana, to separate the good useable plant material from less useful plant material. The patent can be seen here.
A longtime client of mine, Dawn Tamarkin, now of California, has received a patent on her Gas Fixture Safety Cover. A great device that will make classrooms with gas fixtures, such as in chemistry labs, much safer. The patent can be seen 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.