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Craig Bohn

Craig Bohn

Chief Legal Ogre at OGR Corporation

I have been a business and intellectual property (IP) counsel for more than 18 years, both on legal teams and solo. My experience includes large and small corporations and firms with global reach, where I’ve drafted and negotiated transactions including licenses, sales and acquisitions of IP and physical assets, guided business management in strategic IP employment, and participated in start-up activities for new ventures in multiple industries.

My areas of expertise include:

• Leadership, Change, Group Dynamics, and Mediation

• Contract Law

• Contract negotiations

• Intellectual Property Law (USPTO registered, worldwide patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, preparation, prosecution, defensive and offensive use, licensing, infringement, validity, and freedom-to-operate studies)

• Appellate Law

• Applied Computer Science (hardware, software, data, and integration)

• Structural, Mechanical, Physical, and Electrical Engineering

• Organic, Polymer and Petroleum Chemistry

  • Just because you as an individual don't trust the people around you, because you have lived in a part of the country where people are isolated and don't need each other, you just generally don't like other people, or some other non-social reason, doesn't mean that people who are trained, practiced, and

    Just because you as an individual don't trust the people around you, because you have lived in a part of the country where people are isolated and don't need each other, you just generally don't like other people, or some other non-social reason, doesn't mean that people who are trained, practiced, and responsible should not be allowed to be part of our protective net of society. Our Constitution starts with "We the people," because we citizens are responsible for ourselves, including our protection. We collectively hire police to supplement our abilities to meet our responsibilities, not supplant them.

    That said, I support these companies' actions, and do not feel open carry is helpful. It tells potential bad acters where a weapon is and from where potential resistance may come, and also may make some citizens uncomfortable, whether that discomfort is rational or not.

  • Cal Thomas has been around a long time, and may be one of the last few genuine journalists. I think he makes a good point that it is inappropriate and dangerous for a media outlet as important as the New York Times to intentionally create a holistic narrative, rather than gather and report the who, what

    Cal Thomas has been around a long time, and may be one of the last few genuine journalists. I think he makes a good point that it is inappropriate and dangerous for a media outlet as important as the New York Times to intentionally create a holistic narrative, rather than gather and report the who, what, where, and when of events. Such philosophies can be promoted on the Opinion page, but need to be carefully filtered from what should be pure, unadulterated, unbiased, no-spin news.

  • This is why you detain families with children, and even separate those children from their alleged families. Not everyone attempting to come across the border is honest.

  • Think of the US as your family; a well-off family. You have innumerable people wanting to join your family. How many do you accept, and how do you choose?

    There are limits on how many people our country can assimilate each year. We have citizens that aren't getting things they need. Citizens already

    Think of the US as your family; a well-off family. You have innumerable people wanting to join your family. How many do you accept, and how do you choose?

    There are limits on how many people our country can assimilate each year. We have citizens that aren't getting things they need. Citizens already here should be our priority over new people wanting to join us. If they can't support themselves in our expensive economy, a cheaper place, like Mexico or Guatemala might be a better fit.

    If individuals feel strongly enough that anyone should be allowed in to the US, start a registry of those individuals who guarantee to support an incoming family and guarantee them a place to live, healthcare, and anything else they need to NOT require assistance from the government for 10 years.

  • I hate having to walk around as a defenseless victim, especially as a West Point graduate, 6 years as an army officer, and over 20 years as a lawyer licensed in two states. Why am I not able to have a tool with me at all times with which I am proficient, and for which I understand and appreciate the

    I hate having to walk around as a defenseless victim, especially as a West Point graduate, 6 years as an army officer, and over 20 years as a lawyer licensed in two states. Why am I not able to have a tool with me at all times with which I am proficient, and for which I understand and appreciate the responsibilities and risks that accompany its use? There are many among us who are similarly willing and capable to provide protection to those around us. But, we are prevented by the fears of those who do not understand both how evil a few people can be, and how guns can be safely used to prevent and reduce the impact of evil actions.

    I continue to believe that most people around us are very good, and want to help their neighbors. It is only the few that must be kept in check, and the police are too few to do it. We must rely on each other. Again, there are enough of us out here who are willing and capable to make a difference. We have tried gun-free zones, and they do not work. Push for changes in the laws to enable us to do what we can. Current laws criminalize law-abiding citizens who could supplement the police in providing protection, while doing little to curb criminal gun crimes.

    Gun control laws have not worked, and creating more laws that will only be followed by law-abiding citizens will NOT help. Let us consider trying something new. We, the People, are responsible for our own safety. Allow those of us who are willing and capable to do that.

    Consider a national volunteer deputy program, with registration, periodic training on such things as working with professional law officers and use of deadly force, and require private liability insurance. Let us consider something different than more of what is failing.

  • The author in this article makes a series of conclusion restatements, and offers them as fact. When did reporting get so bad that reporters skip answering the questions of who, what, when, where, and how, and go directly to their conclusion of what it means? Good reporting gives the simple facts and

    The author in this article makes a series of conclusion restatements, and offers them as fact. When did reporting get so bad that reporters skip answering the questions of who, what, when, where, and how, and go directly to their conclusion of what it means? Good reporting gives the simple facts and allows the reader to come to the conclusion.

    With that in mind, look at the current reports on President Trump's "racist" tweet. To get the real story you have to hunt down the actual tweet and read it in its entirety. Remember, tweets are short. Why can they not report it accurately?

    My conclusion is that current media and reporters are actually propagandist, pushing an agenda. Be aware of their agenda when you read their articles. With that information you may better be able to divine the truth of a story.

  • The implications are that the children are stolen / kidnapped. If this is true, it is a good reason in itself to detain the children in the best possible conditions we can provide near the border in the hope that we can work with Mexico to return them to their families.

  • But what about e-cigarettes that have no tobacco or nicotine, and are used as a nutritional supplement delivery system?

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  • While municipalities are broadly banning e-cigarettes in order to fight tobacco and nicotine, similar devices that dispense nutritional supplements will be caught up in the purge. This is unfortunate. All legislation needs to be carefully and narrowly crafted.

  • Doesn't anyone else find it peculiar that the impossible Burger, made with meat created in a lab, is so popular, while Society simultaneously rails against GMOs? Lab grown meat is apparently fabulous, but rice that includes carotene, to prevent childhood hunger-induced blindness, and radiation of fruits

    Doesn't anyone else find it peculiar that the impossible Burger, made with meat created in a lab, is so popular, while Society simultaneously rails against GMOs? Lab grown meat is apparently fabulous, but rice that includes carotene, to prevent childhood hunger-induced blindness, and radiation of fruits and vegetables, to prevent diseases and spoilage, are "Franken-foods."