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Managing partner Bill Ramey joins the Board of the Aggie Angel Network

Bill Ramey was invited to join the Board of the Aggie Angel Network effective September 2017.  This role will include speaking engagements, member and investor meetings, and an opportunity to provide professional insight to promising entrepreneurs in a variety of areas Mr. Ramey is experienced in.

The Aggie Angel Network is a network of accredited investors who look to invest in promising businesses in return for stock in the companies.  The AAN is actively seeking investment opportunities with great startup companies.  While a financial investment in these new ventures is a major tool to keep progression in forward motion, the AAN also provides connections, affiliations, market knowledge, mentoring and operational excellence to upcoming entrepreneurs.

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 client results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.

Congratulations to Texas A&M

Ramey & Schwaller wishes to congratulate its client The Texas A&M University System on issuance of U.S. Patent Number PP28,435 titled ‘SMOOTH ZEST TWO’ on September 26, 2017.  The patent is a new variety of Prunus persica named ‘Smooth Zest Two’.  This new variety, which requires 200 to 250 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ripens in early to mid May in the medium chill zone of Texas and produces yellow fleshed fruit that are very firm, attractively colored, and suitable for both the local and regional fresh fruit market.

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.

Congratulations to Texas A&M

Ramey & Schwaller wishes to congratulate its client The Texas A&M University System on issuance of U.S. Patent Number PP28,443 titled ‘SMOOTH DELIGHT TWO’ on September 26, 2017.  The patent is a new variety of Prunus persica named ‘Smooth Delight Two’.  This new variety, which requires 350-400 chilling units of dormancy, is a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ripens in early to mid-May in the medium chill zone of Texas and produces yellow fleshed sub acid fruit that are firm, attractively colored, 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.

Congratulations to Texas A&M

Ramey & Schwaller would like to congratulate its client The Texas A&M University System on issuance of U.S. Patent Number PP28,172 titled ‘ROYAL ZEST TWO’ on July 11, 2017.  The patent is a new variety of Prunus persica named ‘ROYAL ZEST TWO’.  This new variety, which requires approximately 500 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a peach tree of early mid-season maturity, which produces yellow fleshed fruit that are firm, attractively colored, and suitable for the fresh fruit market.

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.

Congratulations to Texas A&M

Ramey & Schwaller would like to congratulate its client The Texas A&M University System on issuance of U.S. Patent Number PP28,077 titled ‘SMOOTH DELIGHT ONE’ on June 6, 2017. The patent is a new variety of Prunus persica named ‘SMOOTH DELIGHT ONE’.  This new variety, which requires 350-400 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, ripens in early to mid-May in the medium chill zone of Texas, which produces white fleshed sub acid fruit that are very firm, attractively colored, and suitable for both local and regional markets.

Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with and international client base form our Houston, Texas office. We are dedicated to enhancing client results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.

Congratulations to Texas A&M

Ramey & Schwaller would like to congratulate its client The Texas A&M University System on registration of the mark TEXAS WATER TRAINING ACADEMY as Registration Number 5243673 on July 18, 2017. The trademark is for the color(s) red, white, blue, and gray is/are claimed as a feature of the mark. The mark consists of the State of Texas outlined in blue and filled with red, white, and blue in the Texas flag orientation, including a gray left facing water faucet in the middle of the state outlined in blue showing a blue water drop coming from the spout with a centered white star within it, with the words “Texas Water Training Academy” centered to the right of the state outline, with the letters “TE” and “XAS” being blue and having a blue and white star in place of the “X” above a blue line, and the words “Water Training Academy” in gray and outlined in blue below that and above a second blue line.

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 client results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.

Congratulations to Texas A&M

Ramey & Schwaller would like to congratulate The Texas A&M University System on issuance of U.S Patent Number PP28,360 issued on September 5, 2017.  The patent is a new variety of Prunus persica named “Smooth Texan Two”. This new variety, which requires approximately 600 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ripens in mid to late May in the medium chill zone of Texas and produces yellow fleshed fruit that are firm, attractively colored, and suitable for both local and regional 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 client results through effective practice management, innovative technologies,  and the use of skilled professionals.

Congratulations to Texas A&M

Ramey & Schwaller wishes to congratulate its client The Texas A&M University System on issuance of U.S. Patent Number PP28,045 on May 23, 2017. The patent is a new variety of Prumus persica named ‘Royal Zest One’. This new variety, which requires 600 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a peach tree of early season maturity, which produces yellow fleshed fruit that are firm, attractively colored, and suitable for the regional fresh fruit market.

Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with a nation client base from our Houston, Texas office. We are dedicated to enhancing client results through efficient management, innovative, technologies and the use of skilled professionals.

Congratulations to Texas A&M

Ramey & Schwaller wishes to congratulate its client Texas A&M on issuance of U.S. Patent Number PP28,202 , a Nectarine tree named ‘Smooth Zest One’ on July 18, 2017. The patent is a new nectarine variety of Prunus persica named ‘Smooth Zest One’ . This new variety, which requires 200-250 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ripens in early to mid May in the medium chill zone of Texas and produces white fleshed fruit that are firm, attractively colored, and suitable for both local and regional markets.

 

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.

Annual Ramey & Schwaller Intellectual Property Award

Congratulations to Fortis Biosciences Inc. !

Fortis Biosciences has won the annual Ramey & Schwaller Intellectual Property Award at the Texas A&M University New Ventures Competition  on May 18, 2017. This award is valued at $5,000 of legal services.

Fortis Biosciences uses cutting-edge approaches with bimolecular and genetic precision to research endogenous microbiota-mediated mechanisms that benefit our health, and translate these discoveries to create the next generation of biologic therapeutics.

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.

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