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5 Matching questions

  1. Any request for reconsideration of a decision on a revival petition must be filed:
  2. What is a supplemental reply?
  3. 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
  4. If rejection is based on prior art...
  5. What about a response to a notice of missing parts?
  1. a prior art is the set of circumstances set forth in 35 USC 102 ONLY.
  2. b the IA was published in English.
  3. c Can be extended to 5 months as well.
  4. d within two months from the date of the decision
  5. e A reply filed in follow up to an initially filed reply

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. RIGHT
  2. - 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
  3. Bringing an abandoned application back to life.
  4. Application are examined in order in which they are filed in the US. (Applications are examined on a first come, first served basis)
  5. 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

  1. How will authorization to charge all required fees be to a deposit account be treated?As a constructive petition for extension of time

          

  2. 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

          

  3. How can you get a suspension of action?Petition to director

          

  4. The written refusal to grant claims because the subject matter as claimed is considered unpatentable is aLike an amendment from the applicant so extensions are necessary.

          

  5. 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.

          

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