AdamsIP, LLC is pleased to announce that the United States Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) has denied AgriNomix, LLC’s request for inter partes review (IPR) of claims 1-13 of Mitchell Ellis Products Inc.’s U.S. Patent 8,590,583 (‘583 Patent). AdamsIP represented Mitchell Ellis Products, Inc., the Patent Owner, in the matter. Generally, an IPR is…

Apple has recently filed a patent application disclosing a way to transfer data through gestures. Essentially, two users in close proximity to each other could share files between each other’s devices simply by using common gestures that they may be likely to use anyway. Just about any kind of gesture could be used to share…

Amazon Unlocks Phone with Ear’s Shape Smartphone makers have come up with a variety of methods for unlocking phones such as fingerprint scanning, drawing a specific shape on the screen, or simply entering the trusty passcode. But Amazon has come up with a new way of unlocking a smartphone. The company was recently awarded a…

We work hard protecting our clients’ intellectual property assets and we get just as excited as our clients when our work pays off with a granted patent or trademark. Today we received two granted patents in the mail. These patents are valuable assets for this company, and we are excited for them moving forward. We…

I recently wrote about the United States joining the Hague Agreement for industrial designs and the benefit of design patents in a patent portfolio. This weekend I was in a local sporting goods store and I saw a great example of effectively using design patents to protect intellectual property. A fishing lure company that manufactures…

Last night, Source One and Mobile Bay Reporting hosted an event for local young lawyers. I attended the event on behalf of the firm and received a Swallet. This neoprene wallet is packed full of intellectual property and is a great example of how a company can properly protect its most valuable assets—its intellectual property!…

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