Wade Sims discusses cybersecurity standards in the February 9th Crain’s Nashville article, “Untrained Employees Can Undercut Cybersecurity Efforts.” The article details the daily threat posed to companies which lack clearly defined cybersecurity standards. Crain’s notes, “Patterson Intellectual Property Law of Nashville is focused on educating clients on best cybersecurity policies and practices” and highlights key areas in which our firm focuses to ensure a secure internal network. Read more here.
Patterson Intellectual Property Law is proud to have sponsored the 14th Annual Barristers’ Banquet and Awards Program presented by the Napier Looby Bar Foundation.
The Napier Looby Bar Foundation presented four scholarships to law students and inducted its 2018 Class of Fellows last Thursday at the Music City Center. This year’s inductees include Cyrus Booker, Danielle Nellis, Darryl Stewart, and TBA Executive Director Joycelyn Stevenson.
Learn more about supporting the admirable work of the Napier Looby Bar Foundation at napierloobyfoundation.org.
Patterson IP Law is pleased to announce the following recently issued patents obtained for our clients, including:
U.S. Design Patent No. D812,018 entitled “Switching Device with Front Cover“ issued March 6, 2018 to ABB Technology AG of Zurich, Switzerland
U.S. Patent No. 9,913,335 entitled “LED Driver Circuit with Three Level Step Dimming Interface” issued March 6, 2018 to Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. of Madison, Alabama
U.S. Patent No. 9,913,346 entitled “Surge Protection System and Method for an LED Driver“ issued March 6, 2018 to Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. of Madison, Alabama
U.S. Patent No. 9,913,354 entitled “Unpowered Tuning Interface Circuit for an LED Driver” issued March 6, 2018 to Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. of Madison, Alabama
U.S. Design Patent No. D811,613 entitled “Back Brace with Heating and Vibration“ issued February 27, 2018 to Hyper Ice, Inc. of Irvine, California
U.S. Design Patent No. D811,614 entitled “Back Brace with Heating and Vibration“ issued February 27, 2018 to Hyper Ice, Inc. of Irvine, California
U.S. Patent No. 9,902,219 entitled “Two-Piece Mount/Demount Head for a Wheel Servicing Machine” issued February 27, 2018 to Hennessy Industries, Inc., of LaVergne, Tennessee