If one hundred students were asked what their most significant accomplishment over the last year was, capturing the curvature of the Earth on an HD camera would most certainly be an aberration.
But… Continue Reading »
As part of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s $1 billion high-profile bid to turn the Buffalo Niagara region’s economy around, 43North business launched a global business plan competition that is going to giv… Continue Reading »
The ACPA did not not provide a cause of action for contributory cybersquatting. The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled December 4, 2013 on the matter. The court affirmed a district court's grant of summary… Continue Reading »
Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey has recently taken to the courts to defend their trademark rights. Jack Daniels believes an independent brewer selling “Popcorn Sutton’s White Whiskey”, has infrin… Continue Reading »
This morning I went down to the studios of WBFO 88.7 radio station to record the next installment of the You & the Law radio series.
This program is featured on NPR's "All Things Considered"… Continue Reading »
I just received information through tweets sent out over the@BlawgReview Twitter feed Ed, the anonymous editor of Blawg Review, has died. Ed was short for Editor.
Dear Blawg Review Community,
I am… Continue Reading »
The 2013 Legal Elite of Western New York will be featured in the Business First of Buffalo when it hits newsstands tomorrow, but was previewed today on the Business First of Buffalo homepage.
Buffa… Continue Reading »
As many of you already know, many internet search engines utilize a search system which attempts to predict what you are searching for after you have only typed a few letters. For example, after typin… Continue Reading »
At the LoTempio family reunion last week I had the fortunate experience of discovering my cousin, Ray LoTempio, was in fact a wine connoisseur. After talking about our love of wine, I discovered Ray h… Continue Reading »
Lately when you talk about Greece, the discussion inevitably comes back to the political unrest and economic issues, but after spending four weeks teaching English in Crete all I can say is economy, s… Continue Reading »
Guest Blogger: Devon Gawley, English Major SUNY Geneseo
“It's photo sharing, reinvented,” brightly declares Instagram’s homepage. While this catchy tagline may be referring to Instagram’s u… Continue Reading »
Whenever Rush Limbaugh sees an article and talks about it everybody wants know what’s going on. Just a few minutes ago on his show he mentioned how Google’s relative revenues of almost $10 billio… Continue Reading »
Authors are constantly calling me asking me "how can I get my great book published?"
And recently I’ve read a great book by Guy Kawasaki and Shawn Welch entitled APE: Author, Publisher,Entreprene… Continue Reading »
Recently, I've been working on a new website designed to help inventors. The website is called patenthome.com. Ever since I started blogging at LoTempiolaw I've been learning more and more about socia… Continue Reading »
I don’t always blog about patents and trademarks. Sometimes I like to share “interesting stuff” such as the inspirational story of my cousin Sam Burruano’s treck to the top of Mount Kilimanjar… Continue Reading »
Find The Data is a web site that developed a new inventors comparisons that allows the user to sort inventors based on:
field of study,
most famous invention,
country, and more.… Continue Reading »
The Buffalo Law Journal asked me to write a guest column in their recent edition which featured a Special Report on Legal Technology/Social Media.
Here is the article:
Getting a piece of the so… Continue Reading »
As a patent attorney in Erie County I often get asked, "how can I get my products on the shelf in Walmart?" Shelf space is like real estate and every inch inside the store has to be accounted for and … Continue Reading »
According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office “Performance and Accountability Report of Fiscal Year 2011” the USPTO granted an all-time high 244,430 United States utility patents in 2… Continue Reading »
Even though a jury ruled that the software that runs the famous Facebook site infringed on the patent of Leader Technologies, Facebook still won the case. The reply appeal brief was just filed last mo… Continue Reading »
Last year I interviewed professional patent searcher Martin E. Keller after he sent me his 2011 patent calendar. Each month on the calendar is accompanied by a drawing of a funny device described in a… Continue Reading »
Steve Jobs revolutionized our world through his inventions. There are very few inventors in the world that give us devices that change the way we live. There are not many households in the world that … Continue Reading »
Today marks what would be the 93rd birthday of the inventor of Styrofoam, Otis Ray McIntire.
Inventor: Otis Ray McIntire
Born August 24, 1918 - Died February 2, 1996
Invention: Styrofoam Bran… Continue Reading »
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued US patent number 8,000,000 on August 16, 2011. I've been considering writing a blog post for the last month or so about who will rece… Continue Reading »