Tennessee Patent Cases Available for Placement

May 20, 2019

Interested in taking on a Tennessee pro bono patents case? Please contact us at:
Phone: (404) 873-3911

We are happy to announce that the USPTO is issuing certificates to recognize practitioners who provide at least 50 hours of patent pro bono service to Tennessee Patents during calendar year 2019.  Each personalized certificate will be signed by Commissioner of Patents Andrew Hirshfeld and William Covey, Director for the Office of Enrollment and Discipline.  In addition, the practitioners may also choose to have their names posted on the USPTO Patent Pro Bono website.  We hope that you will take advantage of this opportunity!

A3537-1-P: TAMPER PREVENTION DEVICES AND METHODS TO MANUFACTURE Inventor, an entrepreneur and small business owner, has invented tamper prevention devices and methods to manufacture said devices. Inventor noticed a problem with client’s confidential information being easily accessible with no safeguards or protections. The Invention conceals the confidential information and prevents tampering by any outside source. The Invention improves upon similar products because it is convenient, easy, and inexpensive to the end user. The invention is ready for commercialization. Provisional Patent Expiration Date: 11/08/2019.



Inventor, who encountered troubles with diagnosing and fixing his electronic devices, has invented software which connects technicians to clients for technology repair.  Invention allows clients to choose a technician, communicate with technician about diagnostics, and permit the technician to service the broken device at client's current location.