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Law Firm Leyendecker & Lemire Announces New Client Trademarks, One Patent

AKA Biker Chick, Ti Training, Luggage Table receive approval

April 22, 2015

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, a law firm providing intellectual property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors and businesses of all sizes, announces two new trademarks and one patent recently represented by the firm and registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Wendy Mainerich of AKA Biker Chick LLC in Littleton, was awarded a trademark on Feb. 24 for AKA Biker Chick. The trademarked phrase is used on motorcycle-themed merchandise that Mainerich’s business sells online. Contact Wendy at chopperchick66@hotmail.com.

Meanwhile, on March 10, Ti Training Corp. of Golden received a trademark for Expand Your Range. The company will use the trademarked phrase for its computerized shooting simulator used for sports and law enforcement training. The company has received seven trademarks with the help of Leyendecker & Lemire and has another pending as well as patents. Joe Mason of Ti Training can be reached at joe@titraining.com.

In the interest of helping travelers use items outside of their packed luggage more easily, Gary Jones and Angela Foster of Lakewood have patented a luggage table. The pair received patent approval for the luggage table on Feb. 17. Based on the pair’s filings, the luggage table could be secured to the top of a suitcase, creating a flat, sometimes frictioned surface, allowing travelers to use tablets, phones, food and other items with ease and keep them in a convenient location near themselves, rather than having to set items on a terminal floor or other less-than-ideal spot. Contact Gary Jones at garyjones04@msn.com.

“It is wonderful to work with such dedicated entrepreneurs,” says Founding Partner Kurt Leyendecker. “We receive great satisfaction from knowing that we are able to help them secure and protect their ideas, allowing the entrepreneurs to be confident in knowing they can focus solely on their business.”

For further information about trademarks and the Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Law Firm Leyendecker & Lemire Announces New Client Trademarks, One Patent

Hydro Physics, Campo Norte and Coverplug receive approval

Feb. 26, 2015

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, a law firm providing intellectual property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors and businesses of all sizes, announces two new trademarks and one patent recently represented by the firm and registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

On Jan. 6, Thomas Suiter, president of video pipe inspection company Hydro Physics of Englewood, received a patent for his hose handling system and its methods of use. The system was designed for handling and cleaning hoses and lines as they are removed from sanitary or storm sewers. Hoses and other lines are often put into sewers and other drains in order to clean, repair and inspect sewer systems, and when they are removed, can expose personnel and equipment to contaminants such as human or animal excrement, medical waste, toxins and bacteria. Suiter’s invention includes a hose handling system that has a hose guide, including a pulley installed on a frame, and a spray nozzle adapted to dispense a wash mixture. The hose guide is adapted to guide a hose as the hose is inserted into or withdrawn from a manhole, with the hose running along the pulley. The wash can be delivered through a wash line to the hose guide, which sprays the mixture on the hose in order to reduce or eliminate contamination. For more information, Suiter can be contacted at 303-884-7552 or tjs@hydro-physics.com.

ADI Enterprises, LLC of Brighton, Colo., recently trademarked the name Campo Norte® for use on clothing. Translated to English, the words mean “north field,” and founder Andrea Irwin said Campo Norte is a startup brand designed for “the young and active Hispanic male.” The company’s goal is to bring opportunities to young Latinos and help them become proficient sales people, while others involved may be artists who join the team. The trademark was approved on Jan. 20. Irwin can be contacted at camponorte62@gmail.com

On Feb. 3, Coverplug Corp. of Centennial received a federal trademark for its name. The name Coverplug® will be used on the company’s electrical outlet covers, which are durable, molded and paintable plastic panels that plug into electrical sockets to cover the entire outlet. The covers are crafted using a specially designed plastic that can easily be painted to match your walls, thus hiding and child-proofing any necessary outlets. For more information, contact Steve Moore of Coverplug at sales@coverplug.com.

“Our firm and clients are off to a great start this year,” says Founding Partner Peter C. Lemire. “It’s exciting to be able to help hard-working entrepreneurs like T.J., Andrea and Steve be rewarded for their creativity and innovative thinking, and we look forward to continuing to build on our relationships with them.”

For further information about trademarks and the Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Peter C. Lemire directly at 303.768.0641 or peter@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire Announces Three New Client Trademarks

Firedough® and  Ti Outdoors® procured

Jan. 20, 2015

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing intellectual property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, announces three new trademarks recently represented by the firm and registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

S & W Food Chain Corporation of Centennial, Colo., recently trademarked the name Firedough® for its Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine restaurant of the same name. The restaurant is located at 10639 E. Briarwood Ave., Suite A2 in Centennial, and boasts a menu satisfies gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian diets, and those who count calories with their calorie counting system. Most items on the menu are from family recipes and made in-house. The facility is group-, business- and family-friendly. Catering is also available, as is a delivery service. Contact the restaurant or owner Bob Srour directly at 303-799-0003 for more information or visit www.firedough.com for a full menu. Franchises are also available. The trademark was successfully filed on Dec. 16, 2014.

Ti Training Corporation of Golden, Colo., federally trademarked Ti Outdoors® and TI Outdoors®, a subsidiary of Ti Training Corp. for a computerized multimedia simulation training system for shooting range owners. Ti Training Corp. took a force training simulator (www.titraining.com) outdoors to simulate real-life, real-time hunting with competitive sport shooting courses, weapons education and training, and an entertainment shooting gallery featuring zombies, clowns, gangsters and aliens. A wide range of scenarios and weapons is available to increase the shooter’s experience. More information is available online at www.tioutdoors.com. The trademark was successfully filed on Dec. 30, 2014.

“Leyendecker & Lemire represents clients in a broad range of industries as exemplified here,” says Founding Partner Peter C. Lemire. “It is rewarding for us to be able to help our clients achieve their goals and protect the businesses that they have built.”

For further information about trademarks and the Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Peter C. Lemire directly at 303.768.0641 or peter@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm at the website at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire Law Firm Announces New Patentee and Trademark

A transformer assembly patent and a trademark for financial software round out law firm’s 10th year of business

Dec. 15, 2014

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, a law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors and businesses of all sizes, finishes up its 10th year in business with a new patentee whose invention has been successfully commercialized and one successfully registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

The firm recently represented patentee Mark Head of Bayfield, Colo. The patented device invented by Head is a transformer assembly used as a secondary source of power while a primary transformer is de-energized for maintenance or replacement. This enables downstream electricity to residential and commercial areas to not be disrupted for long periods of time. Head’s patent also allows for a safe, time-efficient way to remove a transformer from a transformer assembly without having to disconnect multiple service lines. For more information on this patent, contact Head at mhead@lpea.coop. The patent was issued Oct. 5.

Leyendecker & Lemire also successfully registered a trademark for economist Stephen Curtis from Castle Rock, Colo. His company and trademark, Cross Border Analytics® (XBA), was successfully registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on Oct. 14. XBA provides high-value transfer pricing software and services for public and private organizations. This software enables the elimination of primitive, manual spreadsheet modeling, while simultaneously enabling greater use of economics pricing theories and simplifying the process. For more information on the Cross Border Analytics, contact Curtis at s.curtis@xba.com.

“We are pleased to end our 10th year with two more successes for our clients, and us,” says Founding Partner and Superlawyer Peter C. Lemire. “Looking back at our last 10 years and watching our our clients successfully grow as individuals, patentees and business owners makes Kurt and I look forward to seeing and being an integral part of our clients’ futures.”

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire Law Firm Announces Three New Patentees

Patents issued for prosthetic joints, a water injection system using reclaimed water and an elongated shower drain

Nov. 6, 2014

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire LLC, firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors and businesses of all sizes, announces three new patentees whose inventions have been successfully commercialized with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

The firm recently represented patentee Jerome R. Rifkin, CEO of Fitbionic in Boulder, Colo. The patented device invented by Rifkin is a joint for prosthetic, orthotic and/or robotic devices used by amputees. The goal of the joint is to naturally simulate the coordinated motions of the natural human foot, particularly during walking. This invention includes three of the most important segments of the foot and has the ability to give any amputee, whether above or below the knee, a more natural and coordinated walk for improved activity and fitness. For more information on Fitbionic or on Rifkin’s prosthetic joint, visit www.fitbionic.com. The patent was issued Sept. 2.

Leyendecker & Lemire also represented patentee Matt Snow, president of Snow Performance in Woodland Park, Colo. Snow patented a water injection system using water reclaimed from combustion exhaust in high performance vehicles. These systems provide users significant vehicle power advantages by injecting water and alcohol into a fuel-air mixture entering the combustion chamber. An engine’s power output can be greatly increased while simultaneously decreasing the combustion chamber’s temperature. Traditionally, the user was required to perform a manual tuning of this system, which can be difficult to perform correctly, especially for novice users.  Also, prior systems did not provide the driver with display information inside the vehicle that is needed in order to run the system in the most efficient manner possible. This typically allows the injection system to run low on fluids that the user must refill manually. A combustion system, such as Snow’s, allows the reserve to be continuously fed fluid by reclaiming the burn-off fuel mixture from the engine. A display unit is also installed in the vehicle’s interior so the user knows when to engage the system, and can read its performance outputs and internal liquid levels. To learn more about this patent and other patents of Snow’s, visit www.snowperformance.net. The patent was issued Sept. 2.

Leyendecker & Lemire also successfully patented an elongated shower drain and shower door assembly for use in residential construction invented by Josef Erlebach of Quick Drain USA, headquartered in Frisco, Colo. These drains, made from high-strength stainless steel, install easily and take half the time to install compared to traditional center drain systems. Center drain systems require a shower pan to be sloped in four directions, which is more complicated and time-consuming to construct. Erlebach’s system only requires a single sloped shower pan for his elongated shower drain, which is typically located at one edge of the shower stall. A corresponding shower door assembly was also part of the patent. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.quickdrainusa.com.

“Our law firm is pleased to announce these important patents,” says Founding Partner and Superlawyer Peter C. Lemire. “We are proud to be such an important and trusted cog in our clients’ small business ventures. Each patent or trademark we successfully represent adds to Colorado’s rich entrepreneurial landscape.”

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire LLC Law Firm at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

 

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Leyendecker & Lemire Law Firm Announces Two New Patentees, One Trademark

Patents issued for a retractable bed cover holder, a hands-free bicycle pedal and a trademark registered for vacation accommodation website Bidgo®

Oct. 15, 2014

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors and businesses of all sizes, announces two new patentees whose inventions have been successfully commercialized and one successfully registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

The firm recently represented patentee Jeff S. Williams of Westminster, Colo. The patented device invented by Williams is a stand that assists in a hands-free method of cleaning, inspecting, lubricating and/or adjusting a bicycle drive train. Previously the most common ways to complete any of these tasks, whether by turning the bicycle upside down and placing it on its saddle or by installing it on an inferior stand, proved to have considerable drawbacks as the operator still needed to use a hand to turn the pedal. Williams’ invention offers the operator a hands-free approach to bicycle maintenance. The stand, equipped with a small motor attached to a crank arm that turns the bicycle pedals, frees up the hands of the operator. For more information on the hands-free bicycle maintenance pedal, contact Williams at jeffw@beyonddatasolutions.com. The patent was issued August 5.

Leyendecker & Lemire also recently represented patentee Doreen Eubank of Aurora, Colo., for her invention that solves the storage issue of unused bedding while a bed is in use. Typically, unused bedding is stored at the foot of the bed, hindering a taller person from stretching out, or haphazardly thrown on the floor, allowing the bedding to become soiled. What’s more, quilt racks placed at the foot of the bed hinder the decorum of the room when not in use. Eubank’s invention, a tubular L-shaped unit that slides between the mattress and the box spring, slides out to form a shelf to easily accommodate storage for pillows, comforters and other unused bedding.  For more information on the bed cover holder, contact Eubank at deubank833@aol.com. The patent was issued August 12.

Leyendecker & Lemire also successfully registered the trademark for Sam Deal of Aurora, Colo., for his travel accommodation company Bidgo® Travel. Bidgo Travel allows those who own vacation homes the opportunity to fill their rental calendar, while also allowing travelers to secure accommodations on a “Rent Now” basis or by participating in a live auction with other travelers. Vacation homeowners are then able to rent out their homes, gain valuable Internet exposure, and give travelers accommodations at a price they can afford. For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.bidgotravel.com.

“Our law firm is pleased to announce our most recent patentees and entrepreneurs to our expanding portfolio,” says Founding Partner and Superlawyer Peter C. Lemire. “During our 10 years in practice, we have successfully registered trademarks and filed patents for hundreds of budding business owners. With each one, we become more proud of the accomplishments of our clients. Each registration is not only a success for the firm, but also for Colorado’s budding entrepreneurial landscape. And for that, we have only our hard-working clients to thank.”

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

 

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Leyendecker & Lemire Announces  Three New Trademarks

New trademarks include names for racecar water injection system, clothing line for hunters, and fashion accessory

September 11, 2014

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, announces three new trademarks recently represented by the firm and registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Jonathan Robert and Lucas Bindel have trademarked the name Last Frontier Outdoors® for their outdoor, hunting apparel brand. Their long- and short-sleeve shirt designs feature pheasants, white-tailed deer, elk and duck. To view their products visit their website at www.lastfrontieroutdoorsapparel.com.

Also federally registering a trademark are Stacie Knutson and Melanie Lawson for their fashion accessory Pocket Glintz®. Pocket Glintz is a decorative faux pocket flap that can be inserted into pockets that do not have flaps. For more information and inquiries about Pocket Glintz, call Knutson and Lawson at 720-276-8115. “With every successful trademark, our clients add to the fabric of Colorado’s small business landscape,” says Leyendecker & Lemire founding partner Peter C. Lemire. “Registering a trademark protects a company’s brand, as well as its slogans, logos, stylized designs or lettering, colors, porduct packaging and design. We feel it necessary for protecting their entrepreneurial spirit.”

Mark Snow, Snow Perfomance president, has trademarked Boost Cooler®, a line of computer-controlled water/methanol injections kits for high-performance racing vehicles. The Boost Cooler sprays a small amount of water into the intake stream for peak combustion. The water turns into vapor, absorbing heat in the engine. For more information about Snow Performance or Snow’s Boost Cooler systems, visit www.snowperformance.net.

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, law firm at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire Announces Two New Patents

Vehicle’s air conditioning with the engine off, zipper assembly for warehouse netting are among the new patents 

July 16, 2014

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm serving entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, announces three new patentees whose inventions have been successfully commercialized.

Leyendecker & Lemire represented Mark W.Orr of Arvada, Colo., who invented a special zipper assembly for industrial netting. Netting prevents debris from falling from shelving and damaging concrete flooring or inflicting bodily harm on warehouse workers. Lightweight items, such as boxes and paper can get caught by the net and block views. Traditionally, clearing this debris has been an arduous task: The net must be cut, the debris retrieved, and then the net repaired using twine or string. This process can compromise the integrity of the net over time. The zipper assembly created by Orr helps allevitate this issue. The assemby has a row of eyelets on either side, allowing it to be zip-ties to the net webbing. This zipper opens to allow for the safe retrieval of debris, and then securely zipped closed. The patent was issued on April 22.

Jerome Daniels of Elizabeth, Colo., was issued a patent for his invention of a dual-mode automobile air-conditioning system. Typically a car’s vapor-compression air-conditioner is driven by an engine-mounted pulley system, or a DC motor powered by an electrical source independent of the engine. Only when the motor is engaged does the air conditioning work. Daniels designed an air-conditioning system that can be used when the car is not in operation. The system is driven by one or more thermal electric cooling (TEC) systems, powered by a DC power source and supplemented by a solar energy grid. This patent was also issued on April 22.

“It’s my pleasure to announce these – as well as all of our patentess,” says Founding Partner Kurt Leyendecker. “It takes trust and relationship building with our clients to see patents to issuance. We assist and educate our clients throughout the process, and to do that, there has to be trust between us and the client.”

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, law firm at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire Announces 3 New Client Trademarks

New Trademarks Include MediaMax®, Castle Fresh® and Slate Ltd.® 

April 9, 2014

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, announces three new trademarks recently represented by the firm and registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Mark Schow of Lakewood, Colo., owner of MediaMax Photography Agency has received a federal trademark registration for the mark MediaMax®. His company manages, recruits and offers support services for architectural photographers and videographers. MediaMax® also specializes in real estate photography, virtual tours and videos, providing powerful marketing tools for real estate agents and homeowners throughout the Front Range. MediaMax® is a top affiliate of Obeo, a national real estate marketing company. For more information about MediaMax Photography contactinfo@mediamaxmarketing.com or visit its website at http://www.mediamaxphotography.com.

Brian Eynart, founder of Castle Fresh Cleaning Services, headquartered in Denver, has federally registered the mark Castle Fresh®. His company specializes in commercial and residential cleaning on a bi-weekly, monthly and weekly basis and boasts a 51-point checklist. Castle Fresh currently serves the greater Denver area from southern Highlands Ranch to Boulder, and central Golden to western Aurora. Franchising opportunities are available. For more information about Castle Fresh Cleaning Services visit its website at http://castlefresh.com.

Also federally registering a trademark is Slate Golf Ltd for the mark Slate®,  a Denver company owned by David Slate and established in 2011. Slate Golf Ltd. carries a line of high quality athletic golf attire for amateur to pro. Currently the company services the entire United States. For more information about Slate Golf Ltd. and to view its online catalog, visit the website at http://www.slategolf.com.

“We are pleased to announce some of our clients’ trademarks,” says Founding Partner Peter C. Lemire.“Protecting their hard-earned trademarks contributes to Colorado’s small business landscape. Registering a trademark protects a company’s brand, as well as its slogans, logos, stylized designs or lettering, colors, product packaging and design. We make sure our clients’ business is fully safeguarded.”

For further information about trademarks and the Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Peter C. Lemire., directly at 303.768.0641 or peter@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm at the website at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire Law Firm Announces New Patentees

A device for archers and bow hunters and a system to secure luggage among new patents represented by Denver-based intellectual property and business law firm 

Nov. 19, 2013

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, announces two new patentees whose inventions have been successfully commercialized.

Leyendecker & Lemire represented Evan Vergin, owner of In-Line Archery, who developed a device for bow hunters that keeps arrows secure in most styles of quivers.  The Nock-Line® prevents arrows from rattling and reduces the possibility of the arrows becoming dislodged from the quiver. For more information, visit the website at inlinearchery.com.

The law firm also represented Jeffrey Robert Thomas, president and founder of Blue Sky Products, LLC, who created a system to secure a piece of luggage on top of a wheeled suitcase or cart.  A cord and handle are attached to the wheeled suitcase and then pulled over the second piece of luggage. The device makes it easier to carry luggage and keeps articles from slipping and sliding.

“Our law firm is pleased to represents innovative clients such as Evan and Jeffrey,” says Founding Partner Kurt Leyendecker. “Their ingenuity has made improvements to the sport of bow hunting, and every day travel. It takes a high level of commitment to turn a novel idea into a useable, commercial product. From the point of conception through to the moment a patent application is filed, it is a good idea to keep a detailed record concerning the development of your invention.”

For further information about trademarks and the Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Peter Lemire directly at 303.768.0641 or Peter@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm at the website at coloradoiplaw.com.

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