Posts Tagged ‘medical patent attorney’

Biggest Medical Device Trends of the Next 10 Years – Part 1

Fifteen years practicing patent law, and I’ve seen hundreds of medical device ideas and patents pass through my office. The nice thing about seeing all of these innovations in the early stages of development is watching how they grow and make a huge impact in the industry. How they ride trends and break ground on new ones. Seeing as how this is a New Year and a New Decade, I though... Read More

Greener Asthma Inhalers on the Horizon

    In the online edition of Time magazine, an article reports that asthma inhalers containing chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) will be illegal for production or sale as of December 31st of this year, because of known detriments of CFCs to the environment. Medical patent attorneys and innovators should look for opportunities to create greener inhalers, particularly as current options are ... Read More

Medical Patent Opportunities in Knee Joint Protection

According to Claudia Wallis, knee replacements surgeries will increase by 525% by 2030 (CNN Health, March 6, 2008). As a U.S. Registered Patent Attorney, I recognize the opportunities this figure represents in the various ways the medical community could help people prevent need for the surgery or handle life afterwards as appropriate.

Warning for Patents Using Persulfate

Medical patent attorneys and patent holders/seekers: Beware if you are using persulfate.

Medical Patent Seekers Breathe Sigh of Relief

(HealthTech Wire, February 11, 2008) Medical patent seekers--and patent seekers in other communities for that matter--are relieved by the rejection of section 4 of the Patent Reform Act of 2007, which would have limited penalties for patent infringement.