Ramey & Schwaller would like to congratulate its client The Texas A&M University System on issuance of U.S. Patent Number PP28,078 on June 6, 2017. The patent is a new variety of Prunus persica named ‘SMOOTH TEXAN THREE. This new variety, which requires approximately 650 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early mid-season maturity, which ripens in early to late May to early June in the medium chill zone of Texas and which produces yellow fleshed fruit that are firm, attractively colored, with an excellent sub-acid flavor, and suitable for both local and regional fresh fruit markets.
Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with an international client base from our Houston, Texas office. We are dedicated to enhancing clients results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.
On May 1, 2016, Bill Ramey judged the Texas A&M New Ventures Competition. “The quality of the presentations was top notch,” said Ramey. “I look forward to judging the 2017 competition.
The Texas A&M New Ventures competition is aimed at promoting the commercialization of emerging technology, the inaugural Texas A&M New Ventures Competition is helping today’s innovative ideas become a reality. Led by the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station and the Texas A&M University System, the competition recognizes Texas-based companies with high-growth potential and provides seed funding to help them effectively execute their ideas and advance product development.
Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with a national client base from our Houston, Texas, office. We are dedicated to enhancing client results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.