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BOOKSTORE APPLICATION
REFERENCES
DEFECTIVE
INTER PARTES REEXAMINATION
FIRST PUBLISHED
ORIGINAL
AMENDMENTS
CLAIMS
ATTACKER
EXAMINER
DEPENDENT CLAIMS
APPLICANT
FILING
CONTINUATION
DIVISIONAL
ORIGINAL APPLICATION
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Definitions

  1. The original application is then sent to the designated offices indicated in the application.
  2. The original application was eventually abandoned, and on April 5, 1995, Eagle filed a continuation application, Serial No.
  3. The original application was written in assembly language.
  4. But if the original application is an international patent application, the following special provisions will be applied to the application.

Bookstore Application

  1. In the bookstore application, you can remove one line from the bookcatalog.jsp file and return to your original application, affecting only one page.

References

  1. They comprise a list of references that are believed to be relevant prior art and which may have contributed to the "narrowing" of the original application.
  2. The Commissioner notes the absence of evidence that the original examiner considered these two references in combination during the original application.

Defective

  1. If an issued patent is found to be defective, then the patent owner can surrender the patent and refile the original application to correct the defect.

Inter Partes Reexamination

  1. An inter partes reexamination can be filed for a patent issued from an original application filed on or after November 29, 1999.

First Published

  1. Submarine patent A patent first published and granted long after the original application was filed.

Original

  1. Check to be sure you have included the confidential pages your original application ONLY, and NOT in the copies submitted with the original.

Amendments

  1. Amendments to the title must have antecedent basis in the original application to be permissible.

Claims

  1. The PTO acknowledges that it bears these burdens in examination of an original application or in reexamination of patent claims.

Attacker

  1. If the attacker successfully monitors, attacks and edits these temp files the original application will then process them as if they were legitimate.

Examiner

  1. The original application contained six claims, all of which the examiner rejected because he thought no patentable significance had been shown.

Dependent Claims

  1. The original application also included two dependent claims of relevance, claims 4 and 8: 4.

Applicant

  1. The applicant may file a new application within six months of the filing date of his original application, by claiming internal priority.
  2. Applicant may also file a new application prior to the abandonment of the original application, claiming benefit of the earlier filing date.

Filing

  1. You must request priority to the original application when you file the second application, or within 4 months of filing the second application.
  2. If the divisional application satisfies the requirements below, it is deemed to have been filed at the time of filing of the original application.
  3. Therefore, filing a continuing application, rather than an original application, has the potential to reduce the life of a subsequently issued patent.

Continuation

  1. If this is a substantial risk, it may be worth using continuation applications to ensure the disclosure of the original application is always pending.

Divisional

  1. Those inventions that are excluded from an original application are potential candidates for divisional applications.

Original Application

  1. Continuations must claim the same invention as the original application to gain the benefit of the parent filing date.
  2. An RCE is not considered a filing of an original application; rather it is a continuation of the prosecution of the application in which it is filed.
  3. The filing of the original application is, however, evidence of conception of the invention." In re Costello, 717 F.2d 1346, 1350, 219 USPQ 389, 392 (Fed.

Categories

  1. Continuing Application
  2. Divisional
  3. Continuation Application
  4. Filing
  5. Dependent Claims
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