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OUR PATENTS

The following patents have been developed by PARISE RESEARCH TECHNOLOGIES over the past several years. If a copy is not available here, please see the USPTO website to get complete copies of all patents.

This is a scan of the cover of Patent No.:6,792,259.
Actual Patent Photo

About Patents - Historical Perspective

The issuing of patents and trademarks to protect intellectual property is a right guaranteed in the Constitution of the United States. The Founding Fathers felt, and rightfully so, that for a great nation to prosper, the inventiveness and creativity of its most talented and enterprising citizens had to be protected. In fact, as stated in Article 1, Section 8, Paragraph 8, "The Congress shall have power: To promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries;". This is an explicit right, not one that has been "insinuated" by over- zealous judges of the past. Therefore take advantage of one of our last Constitutional Rights that has not been too adulterated over the years.

The United States Patent and Trademark Office provides a complete listing of all patents online. Copies may be obtained at their website www.uspto.gov. Full text of the patents are available online from 1976 to the present. Prior to that, only patent numbers and classifications are available online. Then one must go to one of the many patent depository libraries around the country to review the Patent Gazette from the patent number and title to make a complete search for new inventions.

The above patent cover scan shows how patents are issued today "officially" by the US government. These have changed tremendously over the years. Originally the patent was on a parchment scroll with ribbons and a metal seal in the shape of a disk about the diameter of a softball, one inch thick. This elaborate parchment, undoubtedly a hold-over from the heyday of British Royalty when the US was first founded, evolved to the booklet and pressed seal shown above.

I will be more than happy to answer any questions concerning the patenting process. Feel free to contact me.

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