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Black & Geauxd Superbowl XLIV

January 25, 2010 by · Comments Off
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Who dat?! It’s the New Orleans Saints headed to Superbowl XLIV.  And, this firm is part of the Who Dat Nation and couldn’t be prouder to shout out “Black & Gold Superbowl”. New Orleans is a reminder that rebirth is real.  Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast and left a wake of victims that struggled to [...]

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Pro Bono Legal Aid for Independent Inventors

Imagine if each registered patent attorney and patent agent provided pro bono services to independent inventors.  Who would administer legal aid to independent inventors?  Who would decide which independent inventors received help?  Who would pay the USPTO fees?  And, if a registered practitioner filed a patent application, would that practitioner be obligated to handle prosecution? [...]

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Virginia Inventors Forum Meeting on January 13, 2010 at JCC Library, 6PM to 9PM

January 12, 2010 by · Comments Off
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January Virginia Inventors Forum Meeting Topic:  Minimum Patent Protection & Maximum Market Response WHEN:   Wednesday, January 13th 2010, 6:30PM to 9PM *registration to start at 6PM WHERE:  7770 Croaker Road, Williamsburg VA 23188 (JCC library off I-64) COST:  $5 – members,  $10 – non-members SPEAKERS:  Galia Kouzmanova,  Bill Pryzbysz,  Bambi Walters

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Bambi Faivre Walters to serve on the United Inventors Association National Board

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (January 11, 2010) The law office of Bambi Faivre Walters, PC announces that Bambi Faivre Walters was voted to serve on the National Board of Directors for the United Inventors Association (UIA) through 2013.  Since 1990, the UIA is dedicated non-profit organization dedicated to inventor education and support.  The UIA is a registered [...]

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What is the value of a brand, trademark or insignia?

When visiting the “Voyeurism” exhibit by Andy Warhol at the Muscarelle Museum, I was reminded about the power of name brand recognition. Warhol is sometimes attributed as having coined the term “superstar”, and in the 1970s, Warhol forecasted that “everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes.” That same analogy can be used for start-up businesses [...]

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