Patent Received for a Revolutionary Golf Putter Correction Invention for a Client of Southern New Jersey Patent Attorney Stuart M. Goldstein

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Patent Attorney Stuart M. Goldstein, partner and founding shareholder of the law firm of Hollstein Keating Cattell Johnson & Goldstein PC, has received U.S. Patent No. 7,674,186 from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a Direction and Distance Correcting Golf Putter invention that will significantly improve the golf game of amateurs and professionals alike.

If it is new and useful, if it can be made, if it has potential value, it should be patented.

Patent Attorney Stuart M. Goldstein, partner and founding shareholder of the law firm of Hollstein Keating Cattell Johnson & Goldstein PC, has received U.S. Patent No. 7,674,186 from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a Direction and Distance Correcting Golf Putter invention that will significantly improve the golf game of amateurs and professionals alike.

The 'Beam Putter' developed by MPI Research, Inc., of East Brunswick, New Jersey, instantaneously compensates for a skewed shot that misses the sweet spot (the small center portion of the club face where the ball should make contact for maximum distance and accuracy of a putt). The putter corrects for a truer alignment and better opportunity to hit the sweet spot. It is designed with an innovative putter head that contains a beam which is parallel to the putter face. What makes this design so effective is that the beam is actively compliant. The force of the impact between the face of the putter and the ball on the sweet spot causes a stress to develop in the beam that actively corrects the alignment, direction and distance of a miss-hit putt. It deflects the ball by no more than .001". The action is completely indiscernible to the eye - the putter face recovers just as quickly as the beam putter reacts to the shot, and then returns to the desired putting line.

Don Bitko and John Piotrowski of MPI Research are wildly enthusiastic about receiving a patent on their invention. Says Mr. Bitko, "It was worth all the numerous testing, calculations and changes to the design elements. We initiated input from the United States Golf Association at the very beginning of the process in order to ensure that the concept met their conformance requirements. We are pleased to say that the Beam Putter meets all USGA's Design of Clubs specifications." The Beam Putter will soon be available on the market to all who look to improve their golf game.

It is through Mr. Goldstein's expertise in matters involving a variety of industrial and consumer products as well as equipment and systems within the mechanical, electrical, and marine disciplines that makes him the patent attorney clients seek out in order to receive patent protection for their creative products and improvements.

Mr. Goldstein oversees Hollstein Keating's southern New Jersey office's Intellectual Property Department, specializing in patent and trademark law. Mr. Goldstein's solid background, experience, and technical knowledge in the mechanical, electrical-mechanical, and marine arts began with his B.S. in Marine Engineering from the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York in 1972. For six years, he worked as a patent examiner in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Washington, D.C., attaining primary examiner status. Since 1978, he has been registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as a patent attorney (Registration #22817), handling patent application prosecution and related litigation.    

As a specialist in the patent field, Mr. Goldstein advises manufacturers, businesses, and individuals on product design, development, and integrity, guiding them efficiently through the complex patent approval process. Says Mr. Goldstein, "If it is new and useful, if it can be made, if it has potential value, it should be patented. When you are looking to protect your original invention or improvement on existing technology, when you are looking to secure intellectual property ownership rights, when you are looking to safeguard future commercial success, the goal is to protect your patent ownership rights. Over the years, I have seen the consequences of not obtaining patent protection, of opportunities lost, and the loss of investment, time, energy, marketing possibilities and ownership. With patent protection, your creative product or improvement becomes your exclusive property. And the rewards that come with it can be enormous."

Mr. Goldstein's representative patent areas include all types of mechanical and electrical products and improvements, methods and systems: for example, construction tools and equipment, cleaning tools and appliances, electrical lighting and switches, household appliances, plumbing and
electrical tools, appliances and related equipment, hardware and gardening tools, conveyor systems, automotive products and accessories, vessel and marine-related products and systems, recreational and leisure-related products, and medical devices and appliances.

Among the newest technical patents that have received patent approval through Mr. Goldstein's professional guidance includes the Welded Hand Rake (U.S. Pat. No. 7,644,569) which provides a welded forked tool constructed with tines specifically welded to the tool backbone so as to prevent and virtually eliminate tine breakage. Adjustable Mouse Lap Pad (U.S. Pat. No. 7,621,499) is readily adjustable to the user's lap or thigh and has a locking system that secures the adjusted pad in place. Supercharger Central System (U.S. Pat. No. 7,591,254) is easily installed on the existing crankshaft of a vehicle engine to control the operation of the vehicle's supercharger. Adjustable Fishing Rod Holder (U.S. Pat. No. 7,559,171) allows a surfcasting fishing rod to be maintained at a variety of pre-selected angles. Adjustable Depth Fishing Lure (U.S. Pat. No. 7,316,095) is configured to be manually positioned to control usage at pre-selected depths of bodies of water. Boom Extension for a Construction Vehicle (U.S. Pat. No. 7,273,342) is designed to be attached to a construction vehicle in order to increase horizontal and vertical reach capabilities of the vehicle. Bow Mounted Vessel Propulsion System (U.S. Pat. No. 7,096,810) is a practical, effective, and efficient vessel propulsion system that addresses the limitations of prior propulsion systems, by reducing hull surface drag, enhancing fuel efficiency, and increasing vessel speed and maneuverability. Conduit Rack Electrical Junction Box (U.S. Pat. No. 7,022,912) provides for a more efficient installation and use in suspended conduit racks. Invented by a licensed electrician for use within the construction industry, this invention accepts runs of protective conduit in conduit rack systems without interfering with the horizontal run of the conduit. This improvement eliminates the need for bending runs of conduit, saving time, material costs and labor.

For additional information, contact Patent Attorney Stuart M. Goldstein, at 856-810-8860.
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