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Category Archives: USPTO Rules re 2AIA Patent Reform
A guest post from Gary Speier, shareholder with Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner. Last week, the USPTO published a Federal Register notice proposing rules for implementing certain provisions of section 10 of the America Invents Act related to micro entities. (A … Continue reading
USPTO ISSUING NEW RULES CONCERNING INTER PARTES REEXAMINATION — On September 16, after the President signed the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act into law, the USPTO announced new rules governing the provisions of the Act relating to Inter Partes Reexamination that … Continue reading
On December 8th, the Patent Office implemented a pilot program in which an applicant may have an unexamined application filed before December 8, 2009 made special upon a showing that the putative patent would “materially enhance the quality of the … Continue reading