I would like to congratulate Connecticut Analytical Corporation in Bethany, CT on obtaining a new patent on their inventino for a System for geolocation awareness for voice activated digital assistants. The patent can be seen here.
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.
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.
I would like to congratulate my client Jeffrey Blake of Milford, CT for obtaining a patent on his invention for a Rotating Buffer Apparatus. The invention cures the problem of shooting different styles of rifles, including AR-15s, from a prone or lying down position. The patent can be seen here.
My client Shalom Mizrahi of Fairfield, CT has received a patent on his invention for a Flex duct adapter with quick connect flange for duct tester. This invention will make energy audits on air conditioning systems much more efficient! The patent can be seen here.
I would like to congratulate my client Eirik Skeid. Mr. Skeid recently obtained a design patent for his Storage and transport container invention. Mr. Skeid is the CEO of SHARKCAGE with offices in San Antonio, TX, and Oslo, Norway. SHARKCAGE makes and sells containers for shipping equipment, such as military equipment. For more information on SHARKCAGE, go here. You can see the patent here.
I would like to congratulate my UCONN Law IP Clinic client, Rosse Gates, of East Hampton, CT, for obtaining a patent on his picture mounting system, apparatus, and method. I worked with Mr. Gates, when he first came to the IP Clinic with his invention. I supervised UCONN Law student Gregory Wuennenberg during the preparation and filing of the patent applications for Mr. Gates. The patent can be seen here.