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Ronald M Asbach, Seth N Green, James E Slowe: Odorless container. Fisher Price, C Scott Talbot, Melvin L Barnes Jr, Howrey & Simon, July 16, 1996: US05535913 (110 worldwide citation)

An odorless container having a selectively openable flexible sleeve that creates a seal between a holding chamber where waste is deposited and a storage chamber where waste is stored so that odors from the storage chamber do not escape when waste is deposited into the holding chamber. Operation of t ...


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Ronald M Asbach, Seth N Green, James E Slowe: Odorless container. Fisher Price, C Scott Talbot, Morgan Lewis and Bockius, August 12, 1997: US05655680 (67 worldwide citation)

An odorless container having a selectively openable peripheral constrictor that creates a seal between a holding chamber where waste is deposited and a storage chamber where waste is stored so that odors from the storage chamber do not escape when waste is deposited into the holding chamber. Operati ...


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Ronald M Asbach, David M Bapst, John F Rhein: Vehicle seat. Mattel, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, September 23, 2003: US06623074 (62 worldwide citation)

An adjustable vehicle seat may include an adjustable head support, body support, harness, or any combination thereof. A latching mechanism couples an upper portion of the vehicle seat to a seatback. The latching mechanism provides a mechanical coupling between the upper portion and a seat body. The ...


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Ronald M Asbach, Robert C Barrett: Pressure-fit gate assembly. Fisher Price, C Scott Talbot, Leo J Jennings, Howrey & Simon, August 22, 1995: US05442881 (35 worldwide citation)

A safety gate that has a continuously adjustable width for insertion across a lateral opening such as a doorway. The gate has a generally U-shaped gate frame including two tubular frame members that are slidably connected in a telescoping relationship. A latch is operable to displace the telescoping ...


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Ronald M Asbach, Domenic T Gubitosi: Collapsible infant entertainment device. Mattel, Cooley Godward, February 15, 2005: US06854799 (32 worldwide citation)

An infant support structure includes a base, a frame coupled to the base, a seat coupled to the frame for movement relative to the base, a motion sensor configured to output a signal associated with a movement of the seat relative to the base, and an output generating system. The frame includes a fi ...


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John F Rhein, Ronald M Asbach: Universal attachment for child car seat. Mattel, Morgan Lewis & Bockus, September 17, 2002: US06450576 (29 worldwide citation)

A child car seat is mounted in a passenger seat of a vehicle. The car seat includes an universal anchoring attachment that is positionable along a tube when converting between forward and rearward facing positions. The tube may also function as a seat belt pathway for restraining the car seat using ...


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Michael D Armbruster, Ronald M Asbach, Jennifer A Schroth, Maarten Van Huystee: Infant support structure with an entertainment device. Mattel, Cooley Godward, June 21, 2005: US06908397 (22 worldwide citation)

An infant support structure with an entertainment device that may be used to pacify and/or entertain an infant is disclosed. In one embodiment, the infant support structure is an infant swing. In one embodiment, the entertainment device includes a toy aquarium. The entertainment device may be remova ...


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Ronald M Asbach, John F Rhein: Removable tray insert and tray set. Mattel, Cooley Godward, July 26, 2005: US06920830 (21 worldwide citation)

A tray insert is adapted to be coupled to a support. A tray set includes a tray insert and a base tray or support.


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Ronald M Asbach, Curt Jonathan Mahlstedt: Infant support with entertainment device. Mattel, Cooley Godward, October 7, 2003: US06629727 (21 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides support assembly having a resilient support frame having a ground engaging portion and an upper portion. The upper portion is moveable with respect to the ground engaging portion. A suspension assembly is coupled to the upper portion of the support frame such that moti ...


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Ronald M Asbach, Maarten Van Huystee: Infant support with selectively covered tray. Mattel, Cooley Godward Kronish, February 12, 2008: US07328941 (17 worldwide citation)

An infant support includes a seat and an upright portion that extends from the seat. A tray has a first member, a second member, and a third member. The first member of the tray is configured to be removably coupled to the upright portion. Additionally, the second member of the tray is configured to ...