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In 2002, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office launched a media campaign to counter invention promotion scams. The public service ads included testimony from inventor Edward Lewis who was quoted: “I spent $13,000 and three years ‘spinning my wheels’ with a company that promised my idea would make lots of money.

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Dear Senator Enzi:Thank you for considering me to help with the upcoming inventors workshop March 17 and 18, 2005, in Riverton, Wyoming. I will handle my own expenses. Roundtable local area inventors could include Bill Oviatt (307) 332-5200; Michael Goldberg (307) 322-4040; Jeff Giacomino, PCS, (303) 857-4222; and Jerry Gohl (308) 278-3131.

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In 2011 we defended patent cases in Nebraska, Texas, Florida and California. We settled a Denver trademark case, “Mi Cocina.” We have launched a lighting fixture patent infringement case against Lowe’s, Amazon.com and others in Denver.

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After serving the needs of the over 1,500 entrepreneurs, I support a first to file system for the little guy because I have battled the “big guys” for over 20 years. Avoiding litigation expenses helps the little guy. For example, when the potential of interference as to inventorship is eliminated, the little guy is protected from litigation, at least on ...

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Note from Don Wildmon: For years I have refused to use words such as Marxism, socialism or similar words when describing our current situation. However, it is time to call a spade a spade, regardless of how those who oppose us label us. Rome is burning. The article below was written by Stanislav Mishin, a blogger and columnist for the ...

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While I was skiing with my young son on a green slope in Colorado, I fell backwards, my skis didn’t release, and in the process I tore my ACL. At the doctor’s office I was told there were 1000 ACL injuries reported in Aspen alone the previous year. From this it has been estimated that there are 10,000 such ski ...

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“The first time I was it I knew this was a wonderful, wonderful product that would add something very new to the Christmas industry,” recalls David Fussell of Atlanta. “It turns your Christmas tree into a carousel of living color.”

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He created the flute, then the piccolos and so he made them sound the highest pitches, blending together to form a high society, like a flock of birds. Next he created the clarinet and all reed instruments including the saxophone, the double reed bassoon and several creatures somewhere along this spectrum, all blending together to form another lower society, like ...

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Each year, more than 100 patent attorneys gather in Colorado to study changes in the landscape of the intellectual property law. This year, we skied Steamboat in early January, caught some good snow, and reviewed all the highlights of the top federal courts as to how they changed the laws involving patents, trademarks and copyrights.

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