Wright Patent PicCore of the Matter: O&G Maneuvers through USPTO Securing Patent

We are pleased to announce that Oliver & Grimsley, LLC successfully secured U.S. Patent No. 9,193,081 entitled, “Child-Safe, Hand, Fruit Corer and Slicer,” that proceeded through the patent office barring only one rejection.  The invention relates to hand, fruit corer and slicer.

Generally, the length of time to navigate the patent system is 2-3 years for a regularly filed application.  In addition, the USPTO generally rejects 85%-90% of all filed patent applications at least once.  In this case, Oliver & Grimsley, LLC was able to successfully clear the patent prosecution phase of the application in about two years.

Congratulations to Peter Wright on this recently issued patent!

 

 

Clayton Patent Pic_Oliver Grimsley Larry Guffey Pamela Riewerts Patent AttorneyKeeping Warm: O&G Obtains Patent despite USPTO Chill

We are pleased to announce that Oliver & Grimsley, LLC successfully secured U.S. Patent No. 9,220,307 entitled, “Dual-Use Clingable Handcovering for Protecting the Hand of Wearer from the Atmospheric Conditions in the Surrounding Environment”.  The invention relates to a handcovering typically worn by an individual who is running for exercise in non-ideal atmospheric conditions, in order to keep warm and make time outdoors more comfortable.  Although various styles of gloves and mittens exist on the market, this handcovering is unique in that it encloses all fingers and the entire thumb together in a capped enclosure to assist the individual with maintaining body heat, while allowing the individual to remove the capped portion when use of the individual’s fingers are needed.

Congratulations to Susan Clayton on her recently issued patent!

 

 

 

Allen Patent Pic_Oliver Grimsley Larry Guffey Pamela Riewerts Baltimore Patent AttorneyTrimming the Excess:  O&G Succeeds in Obtaining Baking Form Patent in USPTO

We are pleased to announce that Oliver & Grimsley, LLC successfully secured U.S. Patent No. 9,220,277 entitled, “Form Insert for Use with a Springform Pan to Make a Uniform Thickness Crust” that proceeded through the patent office in one year and six months, as a prioritized application.

The invention is designed to allow a baker to utilize a baking form in combination with a springform pan to cut and trim excess crust in order to achieve a consistent and substantially uniform thickness crust for a baked good.  Use of the baking form is particularly suited for a baker in making a single or multiple baked goods on a repeated basis.  The uniform crust thickness provides for consistent baking throughout the baked good and also provides for aesthetic visual appeal.

Congratulations to Michelle Allen for her recently issued patent!