what year did albert T. Marshall patent the refrigerator?

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Answered: How to become a patent attorney?

Not only does having an attorney help you file your patent, an intellectual property lawyer can also help with patent violations as well, and assist in protecting your intellectual property from being infringed upon or stolen. Source: http://barkerlee.com/

Answered: Anyone know where I can get a side by side refrigerator that is 33wide

I'd recommend going to a place that sells appliances for motor homes.

Answered: Patent.

no, there is not. but there are different international organizations who work that out on a case by case basis. often the who is als involved: http://www.who.int/en/

Answered: It seems that a common problem with refrigerators ...

Put a box or two of baking soda into your frij. Have them open just a little bit. They will absorb almost all odors, and keep your refrigerator smelling good. Also, when you wash it inside, some baking soda in the wash water will also remove odors.

Answered: How long are cantolopes good in the refrigerator?

A cantaloupe in the refrigerator is probably good for 4 days. Maybe it will be still edible after a week if you don't see mold, but it may get mushy and the taste will start to change.
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Which Prince Albert are the cigars named after?

The husband of Queen Victoria, who created the world exposition in the crystal palace, which was a huge and massively successful event displaying art and science and modern new inventions and technology. After his death, Queen Victoria wore black in mourning for the rest of her life.

Which are the recently used refrigerators?

R134A the refrigerant replaced r12 around 1994. This is the most common in domestic refrigerators. R22 is still in use in some central air conditioning units ,it is going to be phased out ,not sure when.

Checking out firms for help in securing a patent.

thats the place to go: http://www.inventorfraud.com this is the national patent fraud center. the will help you

Who owns a patent when the patent originator dies? Does it transfer to

Upon death of the patent owner, it becomes part of the decedent estate, and goes to the deceased heirs (relatives or anyone else specified in the will). However, you should note that when a patent is owned by multiple individuals, the other owner continue to own their portion of the patent ...