In her refusal letter, the PTO Examiner noted that the Snapchat application describes hardware and peripherals that are optical instruments, including lenses and a frame. Her examination determined that the term “spectacles” is used to describe many other optical products, including an existing device advertised as a “spectacle with a camera”.... Read More »
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has again updated Import Alert 86-07, which is its list of foreign manufacturers whose FDA regulated products are to be detained by the FDA without physical examination if those products are introduced into the commerce of the United States. In other words, if you purchase certain goods from one of the... Read More »
The Vision Council's Low Vision Division is hosting its Spring meeting via webinar to provide updates on low vision-related initiatives.
Registration information will be sent as we get closer to the meeting.
Thursday, April 20, 20171–3 p.m. EDT
Dial-In: (866) 200-5786International Dial-In: (303) 218-2281Conference ID: 4782242
Contact Greg Chavez... Read More »
The latest session of The Vision Council's Lab Division Customer Service Training is now available! This quarter’s topic is “Take the Call or Make the Call.”
Mike Karlsrud of The Karlsrud Company and Karen Michaelson of Vision Ease host this 20 minute session that you'll want every member of your customer service team to listen to.
We recognize... Read More »