On March 7, 1876 Alexander Graham Bell received patent № 174,465 US for “the method of, and apparatus for, transmitting vocal or other sounds telegraphically by causing electrical undulations”
In the start-up phase of business, companies may often focus on attracting customers while ignoring intellectual property.
Sophia Grojsman was born in Belarus in the township of Lubcha.
In this series of publications "NOT SO CHILDISH INVENTIONS" we would like to recall some indispensable things of everyday use that were invented by children.
The electronic programmable computer «ENIAC» developed in the USA is considered the forerunner of the majority of modern computers. It was created during World War II to compute firing tables (specific instructions for artillery gunners). «ENIAC» was designed by the research officers of the University of Pennsylvania John Eckert, John Mauchly and their team. The project remained…
All businesses make mistakes, but the most successful ones learn from the mistakes of others.
Today our company celebrates its 24th anniversary.
Facebook Technologies LLC had brought an action before the Intellectual Rights Court against ECO LLC claiming early termination of legal protection of the trademark Oculus/Окулюс which is registered in the Russian Federation for a number of services in Сlass 41, due to its non-use for more than three years before the proceedings.
In our work, defending the interests of clients and looking for this or that information in their protection, we often use Wikipedia as one of the most popular Internet sources.
On January 15, 2021, it will be exactly 20 years old. Launched in January 2001, this online encyclopedia is not only the largest reference book on the Internet today, but also the most extensive encyclopedia ever…
Dear friends and colleagues,
On behalf of the whole LEXPATENT team we wish you a very Happy New Year!
May 2021 be joyful and interesting. May you and your beloved ones be healthy and full of energy. May the most longed-for things happen in the most pleasant way!