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Darryl Chu Phones & Addresses

  • New York, NY
  • Saratoga Springs, NY

Work

Company: Shellpoint partners llc May 2011 to Sep 2013 Position: Vp

Education

School / High School: McGill University 2004 to 2007

Industries

Financial Services

Resumes

Resumes

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Mortgage Finance Professional

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Position:
VP at Shellpoint Partners LLC
Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Financial Services
Work:
Shellpoint Partners LLC since May 2011
VP
Education:
McGill University 2004 - 2007
The University of British Columbia 1989 - 1993
BA

Publications

Us Patents

Stand For Portable Hand Held Device

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US Patent:
8576557, Nov 5, 2013
Filed:
Nov 5, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/927081
Inventors:
Darryl Chu - New York NY,
International Classification:
H05K 5/00
H05K 7/00
G06F 1/16
US Classification:
3616793, 36167926, 36167941, 36167955, 36167956
Abstract:
The stand is made of a pair of hingedly connected plates for holding a portable device in a clamped upright position for viewing and for use purposes. The plates are hinged at one end and biased by a spring into a closed position to clamp about opposite sides of the portable device. The edges of the plates are provided with a rubberized bead to provide a non-slip surface.

Wheel And Brake System

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US Patent:
5167439, Dec 1, 1992
Filed:
Aug 31, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/576681
Inventors:
Amy Green - New York NY
Darryl Chu - Brooklyn NY
Leanne Tosca - New York NY
Stephen Wilkonski - East Meadow NY
Stephen Waldron - Jamaica NY
Joseph Urban - Storrs CT
Assignee:
Hexaform Design, Incorporated - Hewlett NY
International Classification:
B60B 1520
US Classification:
301 51
Abstract:
A wheel and brake system adapted for use with a vehicle for transportation comprising: a tread having a plurality of elements circumferentially spaced around the wheel to define a substantially circular outer edge of the tread, the elements capable of flexing inwardly upon contact with a protruding surface to expose a load bearing surface to support a load of the vehicle; a brake; and a handle connected to the brake and adapted for moving of the vehicle in a pulling direction and engaging brake when a pulling force is applied in the pulling direction, the brake when engaged, adapted to permit rotation of the wheel in the pulling direction and to impede rotation of the wheel in an opposite direction. In one embodiment, the brake system comprises two braking elements and a brake actuating element to controllably engage one braking element to impede rotation thereof, the one braking element engaging another braking element to impede rotation of the wheel.
Darryl J Chu from New York, NY, age ~46 Get Report