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Adel O Sayegh: Integrated theft deterrent device. Milord A Keshishian, March 11, 2008: US07342495 (21 worldwide citation)

An integrated theft deterrent tag 20 having a lanyard 38 emanating therefrom. The lanyard 38 having a pin 48 permanently attached thereto and the pin 48 being received within a locking mechanism 32 and enclosing an article to be protected.


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Adel O Sayegh, Edgardo Redublo: Theft deterrent tag. Universal Surveillance Corporation, Milord A Keshishian, October 23, 2012: US08294583 (18 worldwide citation)

An EAS Tag with a marker that includes an adjustable housing comprised of a plurality of portions movably coupled with one another, forming an adjustable enclosure. A portion of the plurality of portions is movably coupled with a next, subsequent adjacent portion of the plurality of portions, with a ...


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Adel O Sayegh, Edgardo Redublo, John Clothier, Steve Gutierrez, Radim Hotovec, Vladimir Hotovec, Stanislav Vcelka, Milan Kuchar, Radim Ptacek: Article surveillance system. Universal Surveillance Corporation, Milord A Keshishian, April 9, 2013: US08416078 (16 worldwide citation)

An electronic article surveillance (EAS) system comprising a combined plurality of surveillance systems that operate independent of and autonomous from each other and are physically located within pedestal systems having at least a first EAS system for detecting a magnetic EAS tag (which are immune ...


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Adel O Sayegh, Russell Abbott: Article surveillance tag having a metal clip. Milord A Keshishian, August 1, 2006: US07084766 (15 worldwide citation)

An electronic article surveillance (EAS) tag 20 having a metal attaching member 34 located therein and adapted to securely and releasably receive a shaft 52 of a pin therein, whereby a predetermined arcuate probe is inserted through an opening and applies a requisite force to the attaching member 34 ...


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Adel O Sayegh, Edgardo Redublo, Weiliang Tong, Mingxing Chen: Article surveillance tag. Universal Surveillance Corporation, Milord A Keshishian, April 9, 2013: US08416082 (13 worldwide citation)

A housing comprised of substantially arced configured first and second pieces pivotally coupled with one another to form an enclosure that defines a substantially circular-cylindrical hole for encompassing and securing an article therein. The housing includes a magnetic switch for resetting an inter ...


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Adel O Sayegh, Shaoshan Li, Wei Shang: Theft deterrent tag. Milord A Keshishian, July 1, 2008: US07394376 (12 worldwide citation)

An article surveillance tag that has a shock absorbing mechanism that prevents unauthorized removal of the tag by the application of a strike force to the tag by a blunt object. In one embodiment, the article surveillance tag is adapted to engage articles that cannot be penetrated by pins.


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Adel O Sayegh: Integrated theft deterrent device. Milord A Keshishian, June 28, 2011: US07969310 (12 worldwide citation)

An integrated theft deterrent tag 20 having a lanyard 38 emanating therefrom. The lanyard 38 having a pin 48 permanently attached thereto and the pin 48 being received within a locking mechanism 32 and enclosing an article to be protected.


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Adel O Sayegh, Zhaolian Wu: Theft deterrent tag with resilient attachment. Milord A Keshishian, October 5, 2010: US07808386 (11 worldwide citation)

An article surveillance tag that has a barrier that is resiliently maintained between a first and second portion of the tag and is adapted to adjustably maintain an article to be monitored there between.


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Adel O Sayegh: Article surveillance tag having a vial. Milord A Keshishian, January 26, 2010: US07652574 (10 worldwide citation)

An electronic article surveillance (EAS) tag having an attaching member 34 located therein and adapted to securely and releasably receive a shaft of a pin therein, whereby a predetermined arcuate probe is inserted through an opening and applies a requisite force to the attaching member to release th ...


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Adel O Sayegh: Security tag with engaging element. Milord A Keshishian, October 25, 2011: US08044806 (7 worldwide citation)

A theft deterrent tag is provided that has an engaging element which forms a loop for attaching to an article or object to be monitored thereby. A second engaging element can also be provided to secure an article or object.