U.S. Patent Prosecution for Support Staff: A Desk Reference

U.S. Patent Prosecution for Support Staff is a practical desk reference, designed to promote ongoing learning and job proficiency for paralegals and secretaries assisting patent practitioners in submitting filings to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It presents complex filing requirements in an easy-to-follow format, and reduces volumes of information into concise, accessible learning

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U.S. Patent Prosecution for Support Staff is a practical desk reference, designed to promote ongoing learning and job proficiency for paralegals and secretaries assisting patent practitioners in submitting filings to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It presents complex filing requirements in an easy-to-follow format, and reduces volumes of information into concise, accessible learning points that will assist both novice and seasoned support staff alike as they work to develop or update the breadth and depth of their knowledge of U.S. patent prosecution. A comprehensive guide, U.S. Patent Prosecution for Support Staff provides a detailed step-by-step guide to the filing requirements for the most frequently filed activities in U.S. patent prosecution, as well as more novel filings. The content includes the most recent provisions of the America Invents Act, the American Invents Act Technical Corrections Bill, and the Patent Law Treaty.

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fiddler says:

NECESSARY FOR IP PRACTICE I have been practicing patent law for nearing 50 years and this is the first book that allows the practitioner and assistants to get it right, quickly and easily. The Patent Office is getting increasingly bound by odd and not always sensible rules and regulations. This book is a real blessing in dealing with situation.

Annette Campbell says:

Excellent Reference Book I use this reference like a bible. It’s very easy to read compared to the MPEP and CFR. I also love the fact it tells you exactly what is needed to submit to the USPTO. What I have noticed is the reference book is starting to be outdated. I’m calling the USPTO more often for help. For the rules are changing consist basis as we all know. I’m hoping the author or another author will come out with an updated reference book.

BethCPhiladelphia says:

Five Stars We are a small/mid IP boutique law firm. The staff loves this reference guide.

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