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I Have Some Work That I Would Like To Protect. Where Can I Find Information On Patents And Copyright?

We have a collection of resources and links that can facilitate your efforts to protect your intellectual property. These resources are in our Business Center Guide. Just click on the tab labelled "Patents, Trademarks & Copyright". You will find definitions of each method to help you determine which applies to your idea, as well as links so you can search for existing items or file a new application.

Creative Competitive Intelligence

When you need to know about your competitors, our resources will take you beyond the Internet. 

Library databases such as Reference USA and MDDI can be used creatively for competitive intelligence such as…

 

Companies by type of industry

Blue Jay Wireless Hiring Event

 

 

BLUE JAY WIRELESS HIRING EVENT*

www.bluejaywireless.com

·         Hiring retail sales consultants, $10 per hour plus commission

·         September 24th, 10AM-3PM

·         Workforce Tulsa at Eastgate Metroplex

          14002 E. 21st St., #1030, Tulsa, OK

The Haves and the Have Mores by Rebecca Howard

The Rolling Stones tried telling us, "you can't always get what you want," but that doesn't seem to stop any of us from trying. Meg Mitchell Moore's latest novel The Admissions is one of so many stories about the modern American family. The rattled parents, sullen teenager, real-estate envy, prescription drug abuse, over-committed children, too little sleep, and a bevy of unspoken secrets and regrets --sound like any families you know? Sound like your own?

City Hosts Prescription Drug Take-Back Event

A prescription drug take-back event is scheduled for citizens to properly dispose of unwanted medications and prescription drugs on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 10 am - 2 pm at three locations in Tulsa:

  • 71st and Sheridan -- Reasor's parking lot -- 7114 S. Sheridan Rd.
  • 41st and Yale  -- Reasor's parking lot -- 4909 E. 41st St.
  • Pine and Lewis -- Save-A-Lot parking lot -- 1526 N. Lewis Ave.

Prescription drug abuse is one of the issues Mayor Dewey Bartlett focused on his public safety series, Safer, Stronger Tulsa.

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