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In This Issue:
• Back-to-School Inventions
• Attention Office Products Inventors!
• Was Thomas Edison the first to receive a patent for the electric light bulb?
No, he wasn't, but his documentation proved he was the first to invent it. Competitors had heard about his light bulb project and quickly applied for and received patents. Edison presented his extensive and detailed documentation in a lawsuit for...