Monthly Archives: September 2013


Poor Man’s Patent

Myth of the Poor Man’s Patent With the frequency that potential clients ask me about the “Poor Man’s Patent”, I’m surprised that the “Myth of the Poor Man’s Patent” hasn’t been featured on Myth Busters.   The Myth goes like this: to prove that you created an invention, you should write down your idea and mail it to yourself.  The date stamp on the envelope will […]

By | 2017-05-18T18:53:20+00:00 September 26th, 2013|Patents|Comments Off on Poor Man’s Patent

Change Your Oil

Trademarks are the Oil to Your Company’s Engines When it comes to taking care of your car, everyone understands that getting your oil changed is necessary to prevent costly engine damage.  Oil is a lubricant that is essential to vehicle operation to allow metal pistons to rub against the metal cylinder without heating to the point of welding together.  If you do not change your oil, dirt and other grime accumulates in the oil until the oil can no longer lubricate the engine and the engine fails.  For this and many other reasons, the majority of individuals take their car in for regular oil changes to protect their engine. Trademarks are the oil of your company.   Your company will only run a short time without it.  More importantly, the […]

By | 2017-05-18T18:53:20+00:00 September 6th, 2013|Trademarks|Comments Off on Change Your Oil