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Intellectual Property Articles:

Patents News In Hollywood - Google News

What Might Happen If Brands Try to Copy Nike's Auto-Lacing Technology
The Nike Mag was a fictional Hollywood sneaker prop that was unlikely to ever go into production. However, countless online petitions and pleas to produce and sell the shoe forced Nike's hand to make ... It's common for footwear companies to try to ...

From Farm to Fame: Kellan Lutz's Journey to Hollywood
ABC News
?They're sunglasses that are completely blacked out.? His other inventions span from gadgets to games. Partnering with friends and family, Lutz has over 30 patents that he'd like to try out ? where else? ? on the entrepreneurial ABC reality show ...

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Kevin Spacey joins the ranks of Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein since receiving a US Patent
Dana Brunetti grew up in Covington, Virginia, and before making it big in Hollywood, had careers in both the U.S. Coast Guard and on Wall Street with a start-up company called Omnipoint. Brunetti rose through the ranks at Omnipoint and grew it to 2,000 ...

Made in the Berkshires: Special effects wizardry makes medical models
Berkshire Eagle (subscription)
In fact, their company had a Hollywood beginning ? like, right out of the movies ? after adapting techniques they learned creating special effects for the film industry. The Chamberlain Group ... A native of New Jersey who majored in history and ...

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