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Richard Beem
Patent attorney, Beem Patent Law Firm, Chicago; President, Chicago Engineers Foundation
Patent attorney, Beem Patent Law Firm, Chicago; President, Chicago Engineers Foundation
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We wish you a joyous holiday season! From the Beem Team.
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Greetings, Houston business lawyers! I am the managing partner of Beem Patent Law Firm, a Chicago-based IP/patent boutique with clients in Houston and nationwide. I am in the process of interviewing Houston business lawyers to select and acquire a Houston office. Would you like to build a larger and more successful practice? Requirements: (1) You must be admitted to the Texas bar; (2) you must have a Houston office that is up and running, and (3) you must have business clients that use technology (engineers or programmers) to make better products (physical or software). Referrals appreciated. No headhunters, please. If you're interested in joining forces, send me an email or private message.
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On November 1st, I presented on "Protect IP in Key Markets"—what business leaders and engineers need to know about how to protect IP for market leadership, revenues, margins and capital valuation—in an Iowa State University course on "Technology, Globalization and Culture," sponsored by Boeing, Deere, and Rockwell Collins, featuring presentations by leading professionals from business, industry, cultural institutions, and academia who confront challenges of globalization in theory and practice. Co-taught by Professor James Oliver, Mechanical Engineering and Virtual Reality Applications Center, and Professor Mark Rectanus, Head of Foreign Languages Department. Videos: https://vimeo.com/eloisu. #patent #patents #IP #technology #globalization #engineering #iowastate
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Yours truly at U.S. #Patent and Trademark Office this afternoon. The sculpture is based on Buckminster Fuller's patented geodesic dome. US 2,682,235 (1954). #lawyer #uspto
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On this #IndependenceDay, I think of George Washington and his call to Congress to enact the #Patent Act authorized by the Constitution, and of John Adams, who signed this patent in Philadelphia in 1800, http://www.beemlaw.com/presidential-patents/1800, thereby promoting the progress of technology ("useful arts"), manufacturing, and commerce, all so vital to the independence of this and every other free nation. #patents
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