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Recently Issued Patents – May 16, 2017

Patterson IP Law is pleased to announce the following recently issued patents obtained for our clients, including:

U.S. Patent No. 9,653,905 entitled “A Power Supply and Measuring Device for an Intelligent Electronic Device” issued May 16, 2017 to ABB Technology AG of Zurich, Switzerland

U.S. Patent No. 9,642,891 entitled “Compositions and Methods for Treating Rotator Cuff Injuries“ issued May 9, 2017 to BioMimetic Therapeutics, LLC of Franklin, Tennessee

U.S. Patent No. 9,642,892 entitled “Platelet-Derived Growth Factor Compositions and Methods for the Treatment of Tendinopathies“ issued May 9, 2017 to BioMimetic Therapeutics, LLC of Franklin, Tennessee

U.S. Patent No. 9,644,330 entitled “Self-Propelled Construction Machine and Method for Operating a Self-Propelled Construction Machine“ issued May 9, 2017 to Wirtgen GmbH of Windhagen, Germany

U.S. Patent No. 9,644,340 entitled “Scraper Device, as well as Construction Machine“ issued May 9, 2017 to Wirtgen GmbH of Windhagen, Germany

U.S. Patent No. 9,644,833 entitled “Encapsulated LED Lighting Module with Integral Gas Venting” issued May 9. 2017 to Universal Lighting Technology, Inc. of Madison, Alabama

U.S. Patent No. 9,645,597 entitled “Circuit and Method for Indirectly Sensing Current and Voltage in a Floating Output Power Supply“ issued May 9, 2017 to Universal Lighting Technology, Inc. of Madison, Alabama

U.S. Patent No. 9,646,591 entitled “System, Method, and Apparatus for Determining the Fretted Positions and Note Onsets of a Stringed Musical Instrument“ issued May 9, 2017 to Leroy Daniel Young of Smyrna, Tennessee

U.S. Patent No. 9,648,678 entitled “LED Driver Circuit with Dimming Control and Programming Interfaces“ issued May 9, 2017 to Universal Lighting Technology, Inc. of Madison, Alabama

 

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Recently Issued Patents – May 2, 2017

Patterson IP Law is pleased to announce the following recently issued patents obtained for our clients:

U.S. Patent No. 9,641,095 entitled “Power Converter Output Stage Using Heat Dissipating Bus Bars” issued May 2, 2017 to PAI Capital, LLC of San Jose, California

U.S. Patent No. 9,634,775 entitled “Method for Configuring a Reconfigurable Antenna System” issued April 25, 2017 to Adant Technologies, Inc. of Santa Clara, California

U.S. Design Patent No. D785,126 entitled “Bipod“ issued April 25, 2017 to Ronnie Barrett of Murfreesboro, Tennessee

U.S. Patent No. 9,631,329 entitled “Frame Distortion Control” issued April 25, 2017 to Wirtgen GmbH of Windhagen, Germany

U.S. Patent No. 9,632,507 entitled “System and Method for Adjusting Vehicle Platoon Distances Based on Predicted External Perturbations” issued April 25, 2017 to Meritor Wabco Vehicle Control Systems of Troy, Michigan

 

 

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Mark Kilgore, Ph.D., joins Patterson IP Law

Patterson IP Law is pleased to announce that Mark Kilgore, Ph.D., has joined the firm as an associate. Dr. Kilgore will prosecute patent applications in the area of life sciences and assist in the firm’s various litigation endeavors.

“We are pleased to welcome Mark to the firm,” said Managing Shareholder Ed Lanquist. “He is a talented young attorney and scientific mind. His Ph.D. in neurobiology certainly builds upon our skill and experience in life sciences, and he will be an asset to our firm and to our clients.”

Mark Kilgore previously served as Law Clerk in the Law Offices of Candice Shockley in Pelham, Alabama. He was a summer associate at Patterson Intellectual Property Law in 2015.

Dr. Kilgore holds a J.D. cum laude from Cumberland School of Law, Samford University. He was a Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow, received the George M. Stewart Scholarship Award, and was a research and writing editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. Dr. Kilgore earned his Ph.D. in neurobiology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham studying the molecular mechanisms of learning and memory, specifically those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. He earned his B.S. and M.S. in microbiology from Auburn University.

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