Patent Seekers are happy to announce we will be exhibiting at
the AIPLA 2019 Spring Meeting taking place May 15th – 17th in
Philadelphia. Exhibiting provides an
excellent way to meet with existing and potential customers and discuss our
search services, and we look forward to more opportunities to do the same in
the next few months. If you are in Philadelphia for AIPLA and wish to arrange a
meeting to discuss our services please contact us.
Liang Wang (MSc in Environmental and Energy Engineering from
Sheffield University), Senior IP Manager at Patent Seekers showcases a ‘Patent
Landscape of Sports-Related Concussion’ in the latest issue of The Global IP
Matrix to tie in with this year’s World Intellectual Property Day campaign –
Reach for Gold –taking a closer look inside the world of intellectual property
“Since 2000 the number of patent filings appears to start to rise in
2010, with a big surge occurring from 2013 onwards; this may be attributed to
the beginning of awareness of concussions in sports. The apparent dip in
filings in 2017/2018 is most likely explained by applications that have yet to
be published and would be claiming those years as a priority. It could be
anticipated that the number of concussion- related patent filings will continue
to increase in the coming years as to how to prevent sports related- concussion
has become a huge topic globally. There have been numerous efforts for
prevention and mitigation of sports-related concussion, including the use of
protective equipment, improved sports regulations and legislation, concussion
education and improved monitoring of concussion.”
On International Women’s Day we asked one of our clients Gemma Jensen, inventor of the J-Pillow travel pillow and British Invention of the Year Winner, what she would recommend to budding inventors.
Gemma, who in a previous career was a Flight Attendant for Virgin Atlantic, invented the J-Pillow travel pillow after a particularly fraught long-haul flight with her children. Recognising that there was an opportunity to create a pillow that provided a supportive frame and help alleviate the dreaded head drop, she started making a prototype at home. The rest as they say is history!
Patent Seekers will be sponsoring the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys USA Roadshows in April 2019. The topic is Intellectual Property Beyond Brexit.
Click here for further information and to sign up.
Ratner Prestia is a USA intellectual property law firm dedicated to patent, trademark, copyright and other international IP issues.
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