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American Inventor’s Protection Act of 1999 35 United States Code §297

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Davison complies with all regulatory codes.  35 United States Code §297 requires that specific information be provided to you prior to contracting for our services:

Davison does not offer evaluations of idea submissions for commercial potential; therefore, the total number evaluated in the past five years is zero (0), the number of positive evaluations is zero (0) and the number of negative evaluations is zero (0).  The total number of customers who have contracted with Davison in the past five years is fifty eight thousand six hundred four (58,604). The number of customers who received a net financial profit as a direct result of the company’s services over the company’s history, since 1989, is thirty five (35).  Since 1989, the total number of customers known by Davison to have received license agreements for their product ideas as a direct result of Davison’s services is eight hundred thirty (830).

It is Davison’s normal practice to seek more than one contract in connection with a submitted idea.  Those contracts are:

Pre-Development and Representation- Davison will: (a) provide information on products and patents relevant to the development of the product idea; and (b) attempt to locate a licensee for the product idea after it is fully developed.  Davison charges a fee of seven hundred and ninety five dollars ($795) plus a ten percent commission of all money received by the client on the sale or license of the product.

Types of Second Phase Agreements- Depending upon the degree of client preparation and the difficulty of the concept, Davison typically offers either: (a) New Product Sample Agreement- Davison offers to professionally design and construct a product sample, graphics, packaging and presentation materials; (b) Integrated Product Rendering agreement- Davison offers to prepare design images and graphics suitable for presentation of the idea; or, (c) App development- Davison offers to develop a computer application for submission to a publisher of applications or for use in conjunction with a developed product; (d) Custom agreement- Davison offers to perform services in one or more areas of video, design work, graphics or package preparation.  While the fees for these services are individually quoted based upon the complexity, type and anticipated design work and materials to be used in designing and constructing the invention, the fees typically range from eight thousand dollars ($8,000) to fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000).

Additional Presentation/Repackaging/Refurbishment- For three hundred and ninety five dollars ($395) we will present the product idea to another potential licensee.  We will create an additional set of graphics and, if necessary, refurbish/repair the product sample and packaging.

Representation Agreement- Clients who have quantities of professionally manufactured products and are looking for licensing or distribution channels may be offered this service in lieu of all other services.  The service includes targeting potential corporations, presenting the product to potential licensees or distributors, as requested, and attempting to negotiate agreements for the license or distribution of the manufactured product.  The fee is typically five thousand, eight hundred and fifty dollars ($5,850) plus a ten percent commission on all money received by the client on the sale or license of the product.

Numbers current as of October 22, 2017

Davison produced product invention: The BikeBoard - Cruiser
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Davison produced product invention: Hover Creeper