FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Nov. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Prof. John Rizvi, Esq, creator of the inventor platform The Patent Professor®, and the author of two recent best sellers, Think & Grow Rich For Inventors & Escaping the gray, will be at Barnes & Noble guest author in Fort Lauderdale on Nov 11th, 2 p.m, for a book-signing for his two books and will be discussing patent success strategies that have turned some of his clients into millionaires during his 20 year career as a leading patent attorney.
This free event will focus on dispelling the myth that patents are only for big business and Prof. John Rizvi illustrates how inventors, startups and entrepreneurs can leverage the inspirational teachings of Napoleon Hill to bring their idea to market.
Prof. Rizvi is uniquely qualified to discuss the above, being among the first board certified specialists in U.S. patent law and having been an Adjunct Professor of Patent Law at Nova Southeastern University for the past 18 years. He is also a former Attorney at Fish & Neave – international patent powerhouse and legal counsel for Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Alexander Graham Bell & the Wright Brothers. He has been a Florida Patent Attorney for over a decade.
Business titans, including Kevin Harrington, Original "Shark" on the hit TV Series Shark Tank ® and the inventor of the infomercial and As Seen on TV, have poured critical acclaim on his books:
"If you have an idea and the drive to develop that idea to its limits, you can't go wrong by getting Think & Grow Rich for Inventors. John tells the inspiring story of a client of his that dropped out of medical school and launched a new surgical tool, selling his patent for a $100 million dollars," said Mr. Harrington.
Mr. Harrington has successfully launched over 500 products, generating over $5 billion in worldwide profits. HIs endorsement illustrates the growing interest in Prof. Rizvi's recent publications and his contribution to helping American inventors protect & profit from their ideas.
Prof. Rizvi, will be signing books that will be available for purchase, as well as giving a brief presentation and Q & A. Admission is free but space is limited so please RSVP!
For more information, visit http://www.ThePatentProfessor.com
CONTACT: Prof. John Rizvi, 877-728-7763, 877-PAT-PROFESSOR, JohnRizvi@ThePatentProfessor.com
SOURCE The Patent Professor