The Life of a Patent Application - what to do when you get a letter from the USPTO."

  • 05/09/2014
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Chapman University, Argyros Forum, Room 202
The Life of a Patent Application - what to do when you get a letter from the USPTO."

Our speaker is George White a patent agent and active Inventors Forum Member


If you are a DIY inventor/patentee you know that writing and filing your application is hard, but harder is deciphering the notices you get from the USPTO. What do "Notice to File Missing Parts" and "Notice of Omitted Items" mean. Is one of them near fatal and the other not a big deal? "Restriction Requirement". "Office Action on the Merits", How final is a "Final Office Action"?. Those canned paragraphs the examiner pastes in, and of course "Notice of Allowance". Learn what they are and how to read them.

 

 

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