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Patent rule changes are in the wind

In the interest of its own efficiency, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is proposing rule changes that would restrict the ability of patent applicants to file and prosecute multiple related applications and would alter your approach to claiming your invention.

The first rule change affects Continuing applications, Requests for Continued Exami- nation (R......

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The proposed rule is directed to providing a more focused examination and speeding up the process. In its present form, the rule dictates that:

Only independent and designated dependent claims will be initially examined.

If you are filing more than 10 independent claims, you must file a Support document (simila......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Alan Wagner and Kristine Strodthoff 05/22/06


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