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Prosecution Group Luncheon Trademark Updates

Prosecution Group Luncheon Trademark Updates

Prosecution Group Luncheon Trademark Updates. November, 2011. TEAS 4.9 Enhancements. Applicants will have the opportunity to list multiple email addresses for receipt of USPTO emails.  sound/motion/multimedia files may be uploaded directly Saved portable forms will retain any attachments

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Prosecution Group Luncheon Trademark Updates

Prosecution Group Luncheon Trademark Updates

Prosecution Group Luncheon Trademark Updates. November, 2011. TEAS 4.9 Enhancements. Applicants will have the opportunity to list multiple email addresses for receipt of USPTO emails.  sound/motion/multimedia files may be uploaded directly Saved portable forms will retain any attachments

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Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. May, 2011. General Announcements. Version 3 of TBMP now available online; copies in the print rooms USPTO submits “Trademark Litigation Tactics” report to Congress, April 2011. Eva’s Bridal – 7 th Cir.

By carney (129 views)

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. Trademarks. June, 2011. Report to Congress on TM Litigation Tactics. Engage the private sector about providing free or low-cost legal advice to small businesses via pro bono programs and IPR clinics;

By thisbe (142 views)

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. January 2013. PTO Requesting Comments on “Quality”. “[F]urthering the Office’s dialog with the public about ways to enhance patent quality”

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Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. September, 2011. America Invents Act. Passed House and Senate (HR 1249) Presidential Signature expected Friday Most provisions take effect either 12 or 18 months from enactment. America Invents Act—Effective Dates.

By cocheta (104 views)

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. May, 2011. Obviousness— In re Kao (FC 2011). BPAI affirms obviousness rejection: using reference formula, POSA can replace reference’s drug with oxymorphone FC: finding not supported by substantial evidence—remanded

By rosie (89 views)

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. June 2012. USPTO Report: Intellectual Property-Intensive Industries Contribute $5 Trillion, 40 Million Jobs to U.S. Economy. virtually every industry either produces or uses IP

By sarah-mason (89 views)

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. March, 2011. S.23: Patent Reform Act of 2011. Senate passed 95-5 (3/8); no House action as yet First to File Virtual (Internet) Marking Post-grant Review Supplemental Examination on Owner’s Request Elimination of Best Mode as Invalidity Basis

By oliana (120 views)

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. Patents. June, 2011. Clear and Convincing Survives. Microsoft Corp. v. i4i Ltd. P’ship (US 2011) §282 requires proof of invalidity defense by clear and convincing evidence (8-0 decision) Validity presumption a fixture of common law when §282 enacted

By eyad (152 views)

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon

Prosecution Group Luncheon. January 2013. Nice Agreement 10 th ed. Version 2013. developed to  classify , most entries are not sufficiently definite to use in an  identification  of goods and/or services. A finished product is in principle classified according to its function or purpose.

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