"Wow, I do need a new attorney I guess.

Actually what we had looked was using a surface protection film as a full-body wrap on electronic devices. I can see that using the film in a rectangular shape to cover the LCD screen is where your Intellectual property rights lie. I'll check with an attorney to see if that will offer protection against the full-body kits that I sell. I also see that it is explained in your patent that the cover is meant to protect the screen until the cover itself wears out and needs replacing. My product differs a little, in that it is meant to be permanently attatched. Again, I'll check on this as well.

Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. This business is my livelihood, and I hope we can figure out a fair resolution to this matter.


John Burdick"

On Oct 7, 2007, at 3:28 PM, V.S. Protective Shield Inc. wrote:

"Hi John

Looks like you had better get another opinion elsewhere. SEE



For the listing at US Patent and Trademark Office Click Here

Best Regards

Bill Warman "

"John Burdick wrote:

Hi there,

My name is John Burdick, and I am the owner of Protech Invisible Protection. I have just been informed that all my listings were removed from eBay because of a Patent Violation. I have a patent attorney, and he has assured me that there is no patent for this type of product, and that it's unlikely that any patents will ever be granted for any type of screen protection.

Please contact me as soon as possible so that we may sort this out. My phone number is 801-556-2710 if you'd like to have your patent attorney get in touch with me.


John Burdick"

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