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Floyd Edwin Ivey

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  • Washington
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Floyd Ivey completed his BS in Electronic Engineering in 1962. was Commissioned as an Officer in the US Navy and served as the E Division Officer on the aircraft carrier USS Hornet with service in the Sea of Japan and in the South China Sea during the Cold War seeing contacts with Russian Man Of War ships and Russian Badger bombers. Then following the Navy Ivey was an Electronic Engineer with Edgerton, Germeshausen, and Grier (later renamed EG&G Inc.) working with projects at the Nevada Test Site including NERVA(Nuclear Reactor for Interplanetary Space Travel at Jackass Flats Nevada) and Special Weapons Testing at Frenchman's Flats Nevada. Ivey completed his Master of Business Administration in 1971 and then attended Law School at Gonzaga Law School in Spokane Washington completing his Juris Doctor in 1976. He worked with MacGillivary Jones Law Fire in Spokane and thereafter joined Loney, Westland, Sonderman and Egan becoming a partner in 1979. In 1990 Ivey studied for and was licensed as a Registered Patent Attorney in 1992 and has prepared, filed and prosecuted Patent Applications for technologies including Nuclear Power, Medical Isotopes, Food Processing, Fishing, Agriculture, Sports, Electronics, Chemical/Medical, Construction and in other fields.

Attorney Ivey is available in his office 10 - 6 Mon - Fri and by appointment during other hours and on weekends. Ivey's practice has involved litigation in most fields and has found that the conflict and argument encountered in State and Federal Courts has been precisely beneficial in meeting arguments submitted by Patent Examiners in refuting and overcoming their rejection of Patent Claims.

Ivey has served as Arbitrator and has pursued Intellectual Property disputed by Arbitration and in State and Federal Court.

Ivey is generally available at cell 509 948 0943 and at feivey@3-cities.com.

Practice Areas
  • Patents
  • Trademarks
  • Intellectual Property
  • Business Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Copyright
  • Trade Secret
  • Licensing
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    I've drafted, filed and prosecuted patents for technology involving nuclear reactors, medical isotopes, agricultural equipment, hunting and fishing devices, pillow cases and many other technologies, Patent Law is a speciality meaning that a separate License must be obtained from the United States Of America Department of Commerce which requires the applicant to have a scientific background including education - my background includes a BS Electronic Engineering and work at the Nevada Test Site on Nuclear Reactor Rocket Development and Nuclear Weapons Testing.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Washington
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9th Circuit
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Federal Circuit
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U.S. Supreme Court
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Languages
  • English
Education
Gonzaga University School of Law
J.D. (1976) | Law
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Honors: Cum Laude
Activities: Law Review "Relative Contribution Among Tortfeasors: Time for Judicial Change or the Washington Rule?"
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University of Nevada-Las Vegas
MBA (1971) | Master of Business Administration
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University of New Mexico
B.S. (1964) | Electrical Engineering
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Professional Associations
Washington State Bar  # 6888
Member
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Legal Answers
3 Questions Answered

Q. Is my movie streaming application at risk of copyright infringement?
A: Streaming is not allowed unless the streamer/streaming company has authorization by the copyright owner. Without authorization the streaming is Copyright Infringement.
Q. If I had an idea for a new product but could not afford the cost of a patent , I sent myself a post office sealed
A: No. It will not help. Patents do not protect "ideas" - The only thing that is protected is the "structure" that allows the "idea" to work. The structure is the thing that is protected. What is subject to Patent Protection? it is a new structure that does something. There are many lawn sprinkler inventions. a new lawn sprinkler "structure" is subjection to Patent Protection. The Patent Examiner searches to see if the "identical" structure has already been invented or searches to see if existing inventions/patents "teach" the next inventor to do make an improvement. If the existing inventions/patents "teach" the making of the structure you are thinking of then your new structure is "Obvious" and will be rejected. Call a patent attorney.
Q. How can I reach a trademark owner in regards to purchasing their mark?
A: Go to USPTO.gov, select Trademark and search for the mark. Information at the search results will include the name of the owner of the mark, which may be a person or a company, along with an address. Also disclosed will be the attorney who prosecuted the trademark application. The attorney may be a contact but who may consider the contact information a matter of attorney client privilege. Floyd E. Ivey, Registered Patent Attorney, Trademark, Copyright, Licensing feivey@3-cities.com 509 9480943
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Kennewick, WA, USA
Toll-Free: (509) 948-0943
Telephone: (509) 735-6622
Kennewick, WA, USA
Toll-Free: (509) 948-0943
Telephone: (509) 735-6622
IVEY Law Offices
7233 W. Deschutes Ave., Ste C, Box #3
Kennewick, WA 99336
Telephone: (509) 735-6622
Cell: (509) 948-0943
Fax: (509) 735-6633
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