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How to get USPTO Examiners to Pay Attention to your Case

Original Air Date: 1/31/2024

Have you ever been frustrated by an Examiner who ignored the arguments in your response? Are you interested in using innovative data driven strategies that ensure an Examiner really pays attention to your case and compacts prosecution to improve outcomes? Adam Stephenson and Ryan Pool discuss creative uses of petitions and negotiating using appeals including when and how to employ them with the right Examiners. This webinar aims to provide private practitioners and in-house counsel with novel prosecution strategies based on examiner data that can improve your practice and quality of examination for you or your client.

Presented by:
Ryan Pool, Millen, White, Zelano & Branigan, PC and Adam Stephenson, IPTechLaw

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