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Funny Lawyer Letter About Disney Trademarks

(And, the Hilarious Lawyer Letter I Never Got to Send) One of the things I love best about my work is filing creative trademarks for inventors and firearms business owners.  One of the things I love least is dealing with some of the “other” lawyers out there. The “Star of Death:? The [...]

By | September 7th, 2016|Firearms|1 Comment

New Gun Inventions

(But Can’t Reveal…Until Now) The best thing about my job is being on the inside and able to see all the new inventions in our industry.  Sometimes I see some amazing things that I think might just cause revolutionary changes. The worst thing about my job is that I have to keep my mouth shut.  [...]

By | July 14th, 2016|Firearms|0 Comments

Can a Cartridge Design Be Patented?

This is an article written by Kevin Crank for AllOutdoor.com. Crank is a wildcatter, meaning that he makes wildcat cartridges. Wildcat cartridges are customized versions of commercially available cartridges, usually designed to enhance some performance characteristic of the original cartridge. These alterations produce measurable differences in ballistic performance, and he reached out recently to find [...]

By | April 14th, 2016|Firearms, Intellectual Property Advice, Patent|0 Comments