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Widerman Malek, PL Presents CLE Seminar to the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC)

On May 18th, Widerman Malek, PL, Platinum Sponsors for the Orlando chapter of the ACC, conducted a CLE seminar at the Orlando Science Center. ACC members attended the seminar put on by Widerman Malek attorneys which included, Mark Warzecha, Mark Malek, Kelly Swartz, Daniel Pierron and Jon Mark Ingram. The seminar addressed recent trends in […]

Widerman Malek, PL Establishes UAS/Drone Law and Regulation Group

Widerman Malek, PL is pleased to announce the establishment of a Drone and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Law and Regulation group.  This group includes Scott Widerman, a licensed pilot and commercial law attorney, Edward Kinberg, an administrative and regulatory law attorney, and Kelly Swartz, a patent attorney and computer engineer.  Attorneys Kinberg and Swartz recently attended […]

Widerman Malek, PL Partner Speaks to Small Business Owners

Mark Malek, Managing Partner of Widerman Malek, PL, presented a lecture on patent law to a group of small business owners on Tuesday April 1, 2014 in Cape Canaveral Florida.  The presentation was made at a Small Business Conference organized by the Florida 8(a) Alliance. Topics of the presentation included a general overview of patent […]

How to Correct Inventorship

How To Correct Inventorship On A Patent Application

In cases where either the wrong inventors were listed on a patent application, or if the proper inventors were omitted from the patent application, the Patent Office provides a process for correcting inventorship.

Where Good Ideas Come From

Where Good Ideas Come From

This is a great video that outlines where good ideas come from. This is an advertisement for the book by Steve Johnson. A great video to really help inventors getting started, and to help people running a business do so more efficiently.

The Effect Of Listing An Improper Inventor On A Patent Application

The Effect Of Listing An Improper Inventor On A Patent Application

An inventor is someone that has had some sort of input into a claim that is listed in a patent application. If an improper inventor is listed on a patent application, then the patent that may eventually issue may be invalidated. This is also the case when not all of the inventors are listed on the patent application.

Defamation and the App Store Review Process

Many retailers rely on reviews by other customers to boost goodwill and rely on good service and a high quality product to encourage customers to post positive reviews. Users of the App Store sometimes rely heavily on those posted comments before making a purchase. As I’ve written about in a previous blog post, App Store […]

Who Is An Inventor In A Patent Application?

It is important for a patent application to list the proper inventors. An inventor is not just someone that you want to put on a patent application, but must be someone that contributed in some way to at least one claim in the patent application.

How useful are App Store Reviews?

By: Olinga Mitchell What is the first thing that you look at when you decide to get a new App? After determining that an App may be useful (and sometimes even before), I look at the reviews to gauge whether this App is really worth my time.  Sometimes the comments about the App gush about […]

Can An Ex-Spouse Interfere with Corporation’s Right to Sue for Infringement

Each state has its own unique set of marital property laws in place to govern divorce settlements.  A state will either follow separate property or community property laws.  In separate property states such as Florida, property acquired during the marriage by one spouse remains that spouse’s property upon divorce, whereas in community property states all […]

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