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USPTO online webinar: "Meet with Patent Expert Series" Class 3 "Nonprovisional Patent Applications" August 19, 2020 1:30 EDT (12:30 CDT)

  • 27 Jun 2020 5:23 PM
    Message # 9064534

    USPTO's Texas Regional Office (TXRO) continue its free five-class curriculum on patents, interactive Q&A sessions with patent experts.

    Class three covers key aspects of nonprovisional applications and scheduled August 19, 2020 1:30-2:30 EDT (12:30-1:30 CDT) and will be conducted online.

    "If you have questions about your current patent application, if you are looking to pursue one, or if you are just interested in the subject, please join us."

    "Space is limited, so register early"

    "For more information, please email TXROevents@uspto.gov, visit us at the Texas Regional Office home page, or call us at 469-295-9000

    Future  classes:

    • Class four covers the components of nonprovisional applications and includes a discussion on claim interpretation and common pitfalls (September 16, 2020)
    • Class five covers the basics of patent searching and an introduction to searching strategies (October 21, 2020)

    Note: Classes 1 & 2 have covered overview of intellectual property with a focus on patents, EFS-Web, and USPTO resources and key aspects of provisional applications. There are no recording posted for these events.

    Source: USPTO's Texas Regional Office (TXRO)'s event webpage






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