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Tag Archives: H.R. 1249
H.R. 1249 Voted Out Of Committee: No Grace Period For You!
You may well be tired of hearing about the contending amendments, but I must note that the House version of the America Invents Act was voted out of Committee after being amended to reinstate the section of 102 that limits … Continue reading
Fixing The Holes – Proposed Amendment De-Bugs Grace Period
Today, a Manager’s Amendment to H.R. 1249, the “Patent Reform Bill” was circulated that exempts all disclosures made by the inventor from patent defeating activities, if they are made within one year of filing on the invention. In other words, … Continue reading
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