Camouflage Hunting Clothing, Shelling Machine for Peas and Beans, and Bunting Patented by Clients of Williamson Intellectual Property Law, LLC

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Williamson Intellectual Property Law, LLC. Firm announces new patents issued to clients and newly published patent applications. Patents include legume sheller, bunting and camo hunting clothing. Applications cover a ball collector with a seat, a dual stroller and a display apparatus

Williamson Intellectual Property Law, LLC announces recently issued patents of inventions of its clients issued by the United States Patent & Trademark Office for hunting wear camouflaged to look like tree bark, for a legume sheller for removing the pod or shell from leguminous vegetables, and for a bunting with contrasting colors.

Patent applications have recently been published for a dual baby stroller, a display and a ball collector.

Recently issued Patents

U.S. Patent No. 7,493,852 B2 for a Sheller and Method of Use Thereof
U.S. Des. Patent No. D586,981 S for a Camouflage Tree Bark Relief Hunting Clothing
U.S. Des. Patent No. D586,690 S for a Bunting

Published Patent Applications

U.S. Patent Application No. 2009-0039742 A1 Universal Display Apparatus and Method of Use Thereof
U.S. Patent Application No. 2009-0026733 A1 Convertible Dual Stroller and Methods Therefor
U.S. Patent Application No. 2009-0020441 A1 Collecting Apparatus with Seat

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