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September 16, 2013

USPTO Publishes Materials from Second Anniversary AIA Forum

On September 16, 2013, the USPTO hosted its Second Anniversary America Invents Act Forum to commemorate the second anniversary of the new patent law. The forum included discussions with subject matter experts from the Patent Business Unit, and administrative patent judges from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Topics included:

  • Filings made over the past several months with tips for compliance and how to avoid pitfalls
  • Prioritized examination (aka Track One)
  • Preissuance submissions
  • Inventor’s oath/declaration
  • Supplemental examination
  • Micro-entity discount
  • First-inventor-to-file
  • Trials at the PTAB

Click here to view presentation slides from the Forum.
Click here to view other supporting materials, including the full agenda of the day.

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