THE AMERICA INVENTS - IN SIMPLE TERMS EXPLAINED BY USPTO IN 4 VIDEOS- WE ARE NOW A FIRST TO FILE COUNTRY.
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On September 16, 2011, the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA),also called the Patent Reform Act of 2011, was enacted into law. President Obama stated that this “long overdue reform is vital to our ongoing efforts to modernize America’s patent laws.” The changes mostly harmonize US patent law with the rest of the world.
A major change is the shift from a first-to-invent system to a first-to-file system. The first-to-file system, which goes into effect on March 16, 2013, reveals a few twists relevant to patent protection in the United States. First, the inventor who files a later application is permitted to contest inventorship on a previously filed application only if it is shown that the subject matter disclosed in the previous application was derived from the inventor who files the later application. This occurs through a derivation proceeding, which replaces interference proceedings. Second, inventors still have a one-year grace period during which the inventor’s own disclosures or disclosures of others who derived their invention from the inventor may not be used as prior art if they occurred within 12 months prior to the effective filing date of the invention.
THE INVESTMENT CLUB - CASTING FOR NEXT BIG IDEA - NEW TELEVISION SERIES SEEKING ENTREPRENEURS WHO ARE READY TO TURN THEIR CONCEPTS INTO MILLIONS
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Shark Tank Episode #
620 January 30, 2015
Brand New Shark Tank Episode 620 has an update with the Biggest Shark Tank Success Story in the History of the Show. The Groove Book Photo Sharing App first appeared on the Shark Tank two years ago in Season 5, completed a deal with Kevin O'Leary, and now are multi-millionaires many times over. Shutterfly took notice after one million Shark Tank Fans downloaded the Groovebook App and decided to buy the company for a reported $14.5 million.
Shark Tank Products seen in Episode 620
The Green Box has the ability to transform Pizza Boxes as we know them today. Imagine a single green box transforming into multiple purposes.
The Phone Soap sterilizes all the germs and bacteria on your smart phone giving it a nice soapy bath. O.K. maybe not the soap part, but completely eliminating germs using UV Lights.
Victoria's Kitchen Almond Water has an inspirational story about creating the American Dream one bottled water at a time. The Almond Flavored Water is already available in over 800 retail store's prior to their Shark Tank appearance.
Tycoon Real Estate is a Crowd Funding platform investors can invest in Hot Real Estate Markets for as little as $1000 initial investment.
If you had to guess, what new Shark Tank Product does Mark Cuban think is so horrible?