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  1. 1.appeal brief - due two months from notice of appeal
    2.respondent's brief- due one month from service of appeal brief
    3.examiner's answer: no new grounds fro rejection (or reopen pros)
    4. rebuttul brief- due one month from examiner's answer
    5.request fro oral hearing-due 2 months from examiner's answer
    6 oral arguement-20 mins for examiner and 30 mins for each partyt
    7. decision by Board
    8. petition for rehearing due one month from initial decision
    9. appeal to federal circuit by patent owner
  2. Essentially the same as ex parte reexam except includes rule 1.20(c)(2) fee of $8,800--no small entity; certification that R907 estoppel does not apply, and must identify the real party who is making request
  3. y may be merged or one proceeding suspended until the other concludes; if inter partes merged with ex parte reexam, inter partes rules govern, but ex part requestor get no additional rights, and one reexam certificate will issue

3 True/False questions

  1. How is Inter Partes Reexammination Different from Ex Partes Reexamination1.3rd party requestor may file wriiten comments, once, to patent owner's reply to each OA
    2. Must be filed within 30 days of receiveing service of patent owner's reply to OA
    3. no EOT
    4. written comment (50 max) must be limited to issues raised in OA & reply
    5.citations of additional prior art are limited to those necessart to respond to patent owner's reply and issues raised by examiner in OA

          

  2. Does patent owner need to disclose any other proceedings to examinerEssentially the same as ex parte reexam except includes rule 1.20(c)(2) fee of $8,800--no small entity; certification that R907 estoppel does not apply, and must identify the real party who is making request

          

  3. Reexamination Interferencemay be merged or one proceeding suspended until the other concluded; if merged with reissue, inter partes rules govern, but requestor can participate; identical papers filed and same claims must be pending in both files, and reissue patent also serves as the reexam certificate

          

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