Firm associates W. John Eagan, Chris Traina, and Tony Guo took first prize at the 2013 Patently Impossible Project, a charity race to assemble a mystery invention benefitting Dade Legal Aid. This year’s competition featured a toy car powered by a salt water battery, assembled using only a parts kit and a patent application. The winner’s car was the first to cross the finish line.
Dade Legal Aid’s Fourth Annual Patently Impossible Project, held on Nov. 7th, was presented by the South Florida Intellectual Property Community and the Intellectual Property Committee of the Dade County Bar Association. The event took place at the Miami Science Museum, which held a record turnout since the Project’s inception. The Patently Impossible Project this year was spearheaded by Chair Jamie Rich Vining, Esq. of Friendland Vining, and Vice-Chair Jason LaCosse, Esq., of Malloy & Malloy, P.L.