Taylor IP obtains patents for U.S. and foreign clients pertaining to many different technologies. Below are some patents that have been prepared and/or prosecuted by Taylor IP and recently issued by the U.S. Patent Office
Patents recently issued for clients of Taylor IP:
U.S. Patent No. D750,559, entitled “Mounted USB charger”, issued on March 1, 2016, is directed to the ornamental design for a mounted USB charger, as shown and described.
U.S. Patent No. 9,279,713, entitled “Determination of basis weight of a material web using a microwave sensor, whereby the distance between the material web and the surfaces of the microwave sensor is being adjusted to a constant value by air cushions”, issued on March 15, 2016, is directed to a device for determining the weight per unit area of a moving material web, in particular a fibrous material web includes at least one microwave sensor that has an element for coupling the microwaves and a reference element. The coupling element and the reference element are located at a distance from one another in such a way that the material web can be moved therebetween. At least one microwave sensor element, the coupling element and/or the reference element can be moved such that the distances between the material web and the elements can be adjusted for or during the measurement of the moving material web.
U.S. Patent No. 9,282,722, entitled “Hand-held transmitter for an animal training system”, issued on March 15, 2016, is directed to an animal training system for controlling the behavior of the animal includes a receiver configured to be worn by the animal, and a hand held transmitter. The hand held transmitter includes a case with an front face, a transmitter circuit within the case for transmitting a wireless signal to the receiver, and an actuator at the front face of the case. The actuator is coupled with the transmitter circuit, and is a non-depressible actuator which is manually movable relative to the case.
U.S. Patent No. 9,288,924, entitled “Desktop receptacle with mounting plate”, issued on March 15, 2016, is directed to a desktop receptacle assembly includes a box having a bottom surface, an electrical connection assembly held within the box, a first finger connected to the bottom surface that has a first portion connected to the bottom surface and a second portion connected to the first portion, the first portion having a first width and the second portion having a second width that is greater than the first width, and a mounting plate associated with the bottom surface that includes at least one bracket and a first finger opening associated with the first finger. The first finger opening has a first opening width corresponding to the first width of the first finger and a second opening width corresponding to the second width of the first finger.
U.S. Patent No. D751,501, entitled “Mounted USB charger”, issued on March 15, 2016, is directed to the ornamental design for a mounted USB charger, as shown and described.
U.S. Patent No. D751,502, entitled “Mounted USB charger”, issued on March 15, 2016, is directed to the ornamental design for a mounted USB charger, as shown and described.
U.S. Patent No. 9,289,812, entitled “Device and method for machining a workpiece consisting of metal, particularly for producing a cup-shaped component for the automobile industry, as well as such a workpiece”, issued on March 22, 2016, is directed to the invention relates to an apparatus, an installation and a method for machining a workpiece made of metal, such as steel, by a machining processes such as forming, pressing, drawing, compressing and cutting. The invention includes at least two tools and a drive associated with the tools for their movement and for carrying out the machining process. The drives are arranged in such a way that when travelling on trajectories the tools have different speeds over at least a part of their trajectories.
U.S. Patent No. 9,297,603, entitled “Inflatable bag with burst control envelope and gas generator”, issued on March 29, 2016, is directed to a rupturable bag assembly including a balloon, an outer wall, an inlet port, and a heat resistant shield. The balloon is fabricated from an elastic material. The outer wall is disposed around the balloon, the outer wall having a perimeter seam which parts abruptly at a predetermined tension. The inlet port passes through the outer wall into the balloon for inflating the balloon to produce the predetermined tension. The heat resistant shield is disposed within the balloon opposite the inlet port. The outer wall is constructed of a relatively inelastic material in comparison to the material used to construct the balloon.
U.S. Patent No. D752,517, entitled “Desktop receptacle”, issued on March 29, 2016, is directed to the ornamental design for a desktop receptacle, as shown and described.
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Please note that not all patents which have been prepared by Taylor IP actually issue with Taylor IP being listed as the responsible law firm/attorneys. For example, some of the larger companies that are represented by Taylor IP prefer to list their inhouse personnel as the responsible legal professionals for their issued patents. Thus, many patents that are prepared and/or prosecuted by Taylor IP do not appear with our name on the face of the patent.
Taylor IP has several patent attorneys with diverse and strong technical backgrounds. Each patent attorney at Taylor IP has a specific technical background and a law degree, and most have industry experience in their respective technical field. For example, our patent attorneys have technical backgrounds in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering and chemical engineering. We represent some of the largest and most technologically advanced companies in the world, as well as mid-sized companies, small companies and individuals. We receive patent work directly from US and foreign companies, through foreign patent law firms and attorneys representing foreign companies, through US domestic law firms and attorneys representing companies and individuals, and directly from individuals desiring to protect their inventions.
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