Thursday, February 12, 2015

Michael McNeil Secures US Patent for Local Entrepreneur

            A local inventor and entrepreneur has solved a problem regarding the formation of through passages in concrete walls, such as those that might be utilized in a parking garage to facilitate electrical conduits for lighting and the like.  The invention is a dynamic concrete form that moves with available wall form sets that tend to spread slightly during the concrete forming process.  The invention avoids the costly and unsightly efforts of the past in which a fixed concrete sleeve form allows concrete to flow around the ends and block the formed through passage at opposite ends due to spreading of the concrete wall form.  In addition to obtaining a United States patent 8,915,038, this entrepreneur has also gained two trademark registrations.  One for TELESLEEVE (Registration No. 4,602,548) and a for logo trademark (Reg. no. 4,602,550).  Finally, the new patented product is offered for sale in association with the registered trademarks at  We wish this client of Liell and McNeil Attorneys PC success in this entrepreneurial endeavor.  

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