"Conducting the Examiner Interview," PLI’s Patent Fundamentals Bootcamp 2017: An Introduction to Patent Drafting, Prosecution, and Litigation, San Francisco, July 2016.
After receiving an Office Action, or in certain cases even prior, an Examiner interview is a good opportunity for a patent applicant to define, and if possible, resolve some of the issues. The interview process will be described and deconstructed to illustrate what can be achieved and how. You will learn how to prepare for and conduct an effective interview and create an accurate record of what was agreed upon during the interview.
Thursday, July 13, 2017
PLI’s Patent Fundamentals Bootcamp 2017: An Introduction to Patent Drafting, Prosecution, and Litigation
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