Joe Conti

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Name: Joe Conti
Publicerad Jun 20 2014 - uppdaterad Jun 20 2014 - 1 rapporter

Norwood students compete at fifth grade Physical Education Day

While other students were in class reading or taking a test, Norwood fifth graders were outside, playing games like soccer and dodge ball. "We get to come here and play all these games all day, while everyone else in our school is doing work," Cleveland ... [Published Wicked Local Norwood - Jun 20 2014]
Publicerad Jun 15 2014 - uppdaterad Jun 15 2014 - 1 rapporter

Charleston area inventors find help through SCORE mentors

Patent typesThere are 3 main types of patents:A utility patent basically involves a product's use and usually prohibits others from making, using or selling it for 20 years. About 90% of patent documents issued in recent years by the Patent and Trademark ... [Published Charleston Post and Courier - Jun 15 2014]
Publicerad Jun 02 2014 - uppdaterad Jun 02 2014 - 1 rapporter

Summer brings more business - and competition - for North Jersey dog walkers

KEVIN R. WEXLER/staff photographer Joe Conti walking Owen and Izzy, right, in Oradell on Wednesday. He opened a retail store in December. * Competition can be fierce in the $332 million businessWhen the calendar turns to June, it becomes a dog-eat-dog ... [Published North Jersey.com - Jun 02 2014]
Publicerad Apr 13 2014 - uppdaterad Apr 13 2014 - 1 rapporter

Will Pa. corruption scandals result in ethics reform?

Amid a torrent of recent corruption scandals, the Pennsylvania Legislature is considering changes to the state ethics law.Again.In March came reports of four Philadelphia state legislators and a former traffic court judge caught on tape taking money and ... [Published Pottstown Mercury - Apr 13 2014]
Publicerad Mar 30 2014 - uppdaterad Mar 30 2014 - 1 rapporter

Ban all gifts

This site is optimized for mobile devices with no download required. | How long will it take citizens of Pennsylvania to send a loud and clear message to their lawmakers that radical changes are needed in ethics policies for state government official ... [Published Beaver County Times - Mar 30 2014]
Publicerad Mar 18 2014 - uppdaterad Mar 19 2014 - 1 rapporter

Former LCB officials must pay state over gifts

HARRISBURG — Three former top officials at the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board must pay the state thousands of dollars for various gifts, such as dinners and golf trips, they accepted from alcohol marketers and others, the Pennsylvania State Ethics ... [Published Indiana Gazette - Mar 18 2014]

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"Most people come, and they don't come back," Conti said. "they find out it's a little more involved or they have an idea that won't work, or by the time they finish they talk themselves out of it. the first thing i tell them is, 'let's do a patent search. you may find all kinds of things out there.' some people get a patent and then find there is no market for it."
"The boutique is sort of a way to leverage ourselves into a position where someone will see the store and then know that we exist," Conti said. "it further distinguishes ourselves."

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Norwood students compete at fifth grade Physica... [Published Wicked Local Norwood - Jun 20 2014]
Charleston area inventors find help through SCO... [Published Charleston Post and Courier - Jun 15 2014]
Summer brings more business - and competition -... [Published North Jersey.com - Jun 02 2014]
Will Pa. corruption scandals result in ethics r... [Published Pottstown Mercury - Apr 13 2014]
Ban all gifts [Published Beaver County Times - Mar 30 2014]
Former LCB officials must pay state over gifts [Published Indiana Gazette - Mar 18 2014]
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