5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Any request for reconsideration of a decision on a revival petition must be filed:
- What is a supplemental reply?
- A patent application published in the US resulting from an international application entering the national stage is prior art under 102(e) as of its international filing date ONLY IF
- If rejection is based on prior art...
- What about a response to a notice of missing parts?
- a prior art is the set of circumstances set forth in 35 USC 102 ONLY.
- b the IA was published in English.
- c Can be extended to 5 months as well.
- d within two months from the date of the decision
- e A reply filed in follow up to an initially filed reply
5 Multiple choice questions
- - scientific principles and mathematical discoveries
- atomic weapons
- devices useful for only illegal purposes
- a method of doing business
- thing which are naturally occurring
- a method which is purely mental
- Bringing an abandoned application back to life.
- Application are examined in order in which they are filed in the US. (Applications are examined on a first come, first served basis)
- by filing a petition requesting that a proceeding be instituted together with the fee. Evidence must be established in the form of affidavits or declarations.
5 True/False questions
How will authorization to charge all required fees be to a deposit account be treated? → As a constructive petition for extension of time
When will a supplemental reply be considered as a matter of right? → - cancellation of claims
- adoption of Examiner suggestions
- placing application in condition for allowance
- replying of office requirement made after First reply
- correct informalities
- simplify issues on Appeal
How can you get a suspension of action? → Petition to director
The written refusal to grant claims because the subject matter as claimed is considered unpatentable is a → Like an amendment from the applicant so extensions are necessary.
When swearing back, do you handle the claims separately? → Yes! Handle on a claim by claim basis because various claims have different dates of invention.