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United States Patent and Trademark Office Releases Proposed Rules Under the America Invents Act

February 9, 2012

Client Alerts

United States Patent and Trademark Office Releases Proposed Rules Under the America Invents Act

February 9, 2012

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United States Patent and Trademark Office Releases Proposed Rules Under the America Invents Act
Yesterday the USPTO provided advance access to a number of proposed rulesets under the America Invents Act (AIA). The documents are linked below.

The official Federal Register publications will follow later today, February 9, and tomorrow. We will provide links to the official documents as soon as they are available. Publication of the proposed rules in the Federal Register will begin the sixty-day public comment period for the proposed rules.

Look out for information on upcoming webinars hosted by Fish & Richardson attorneys where we will discuss these rules and their strategic implications. Further information on AIA is available at our patent reform webpage.

Please contact your Fish attorney or email info@fr.com with any questions.

The USPTO has a website with more information about the America Invents Act, including supplemental examination. They also have a series of webinars available, which can be found on their main page.

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