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Spring 2014 - Patent Prosecution Workshop

Krawzsenek, Michael R

Unique # 29260 Credit Hours: 2 - pass/fail Course ID: 250T
DayTimeLocation
T3:45 - 5:35 pmTNH 3.126
Exams: None
** This course meets the Professional Skills requirement for graduation.

Description
This course covers practical aspects of preparing and prosecuting patent applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and non-U.S.  patent offices.  Each class will include a lecture portion and a workshop portion so as to obtain an understanding of the fundamental issues involved with patent prosecution (lecture portion) and how to effectively address these issues (workshop portion).  Hands-on experience will be obtained with analyzing invention disclosures, preparing claims, preparing patent applications, responding to restriction requirements, responding to office actions, filing appeal briefs, filing continuing applications, etc.

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