Patent Soliciting and Examining: A Guide to Ex Parte Practice in the United States Patent Office

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Pacot Publications, 1934 - 743 lappuses

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inventor deceased 6 Title 7 Formal details 8 File wrapper 9 Naming related applications 10 Joint application 11 Feeexempt application 12 Disclosure ...
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CHAPTER II
87
Revocation
90
Withdrawal
91
Death and disbarment 28 Death of applicant
93
Filing
94
Oath
95
Averments
98
Joint application
371
Assignee of part interest
372
Licensee and equitable claimant
373
Conflicting assignments
374
Applicant
375
Protest against office action
376
Time to respond
378
Extension of time
380

Venue
100
Seal date and signature
102
Officer administering oath
103
Authority of foreign officer
105
Consular fee
106
Date of oath
107
Supplemental oath
108
Supplemental oath and disconformity
114
Execution and averments
115
Drawings
116
Transferring sheets
117
Showing of drawing
118
Showing everything claimed
119
Decisions on drawing
120
Superfluous views
121
Style of drawings
122
Reference characters
123
Well prepared drawings
124
Signature to drawing
125
Admission for examination
126
CHAPTER III
128
Page
130
Disclosure of specification
131
old art
133
Superfluous material
134
Language
136
Trade mark names
138
Cross references
139
Well prepared specification 111
141
Claim
142
Coordination of language
145
Backfiring expressions
146
Subclaims
147
Introduction expressions
148
Statutory class
151
Inventions in more than one class
154
88
156
different viewpoint
158
89
159
good
161
Board of Appeals
165
special topics
170
chemical cases
173
Alternatives
178
Negative limitation
180
Double reading
183
Positive and impositive inclusion
184
Completeness
186
78A Words of exclusion and nonexclusion
187
Quantity of claims
189
Prolixity
193
CHAPTER IV
194
Classification
197
Order of examination
199
Partial action
204
Perpetual motion
205
Style of action
206
Advice to applicants
207
Expressing doubt
209
Citing authorities
211
89A Authorities guiding office
212
Complete action
214
Interlocutory rulings
215
example
217
92A Interlocutory rulings as to drawings
219
Defects in drawing
220
Time for objecting
221
Time for insisting upon objection
222
Rejection and allowance
223
Reconsideration
224
Suspension
225
Allowance
226
Revision for issue
229
Notice of allowance
230
A Time of issue
231
CHAPTER V
232
Three species
238
Functional aggregative and old combination claims
239
Reissue application
241
Successive requirements
247
Response to requirement
248
Repeating requirement
249
Election
250
Implied election
251
Shifting
252
Interference proceeding
254
Review
255
CHAPTER VI
256
Domestic patents
257
120A Domestic patentscopending
260
Foreign patents
264
121A Disclosure of foreign application
266
Foreign patents as publications
269
British patents
270
Citing British patents
274
German patents
275
French patents
280
Printed publications
283
127A Printed publication Drawing
286
Mode of citing references
289
Public use
292
Analogousness
297
Implied disclosure
298
Plurality of references
301
CHAPTER VII
306
Duplicate claims
307
136A Pending case
309
Double patentingdedication
310
Common assignee
311
Count of interference
312
Assigned application
313
Dedication and abandonment
315
Express dedication
316
Ticket Register Case
318
Foreign patenting
319
British provisional specification
322
Secret foreign patent
324
Knowledge of foreign invention
327
Delay and prior determination
328
Secret use
331
Laches in presenting claim
332
Extenuating circumstances
333
Commensurate claim
335
Laches after public use
337
CHAPTER VIII
338
Other rejections
340
Novelty and loss of right
341
Invention
342
Aggregation
345
Statutory classes
350
Utility
354
Disconformity
357
Completeness and clarity
358
Stating all grounds
359
Style of rejection
362
Final rejection
363
Final after interference
365
Final rejection and informalities
366
Final when withdrawing ground
367
Final on renewal
368
Reopening
369
CHAPTER IX
370
Restriction of time
381
Late and unsigned responses
384
Formalities in responses
386
Constructive reduction to practice
404
Actual reduction to practice
405
Neglected invention
406
Interference evidence
407
Antedating affidavit
408
Practice on affidavit
410
CHAPTER X
412
Other corrertions of drawing
429
Examiners amendment
430
Examples
432
Reinserting canceled matter
434
Entry in part
435
Disconformity
436
examples
437
Suggested feature
438
Amendment filed same day
439
Disclosure of copending application
440
Treatment of disconforming amendment
443
CHAPTER XI
445
Section Page 228 Board of appeals
446
Appeals and incidental questions
447
Answer
450
Proceedings before board
452
Review of board decision
456
234A Court of Customs and Patent Appeals
457
Nature of tribunal
458
Relationship to other tribunals
459
Relationship to office
460
Practice generally
461
Reasons of appeal
462
Record and brief
463
Subject matters reviewed
465
New claims
466
New grounds for rejection
468
Judicial notice
470
New evidence refused
471
New evidence considered
472
Withdrawal and dismissal
474
Office not manifestly wrong
475
Technological questions
476
Office tribunals disagreeing
478
Remanding
479
Rehearings
481
Review of its decision
482
Correspondence
484
236A Orders on the office
485
Date of communications
486
Return of papers
488
Fees return of money
489
Interviews
490
Computing periods
491
Abandonment of application
494
Secrecy
495
Access
496
Persons with special interest
497
Interfering parties
498
Forfeited and abandoned applications
499
Pending litigation
500
Power to inspect Court case
501
Assignees
504
Rights of assignee
505
Consent of assignee
506
Submission to assignment division
507
Papers to be notified to assignee
508
Continuing applications death and insanity
509
Primary examiners personal duty
511
Interference proceedings
512
Section Page 260 Introductory section
514
Claims denied to winner
515
Divided counts
516
Abandonment by winner
517
New reference after appeal
519
New rejection by board
521
Procedure after new rejection
523
Reconsideration before primary
524
Restarting applicants time
525
New prosecution after appeal
526
New claim after appeal
527
general principles
528
brcader
530
E Amendment before Commissioner
531
271F Amendment before ExaminersinChief
534
271H Amendment before Board permitted
536
Reasons for permitting
537
Reasons for refusal
538
271L Amendment referred to primary
539
Form of decision
541
Effect of recommendation
542
Reopening by commissioner
543
Withdrawal from issue
544
On request of examiner
545
Amendment to issued case
547
Renewal
549
Renewal application
551
Revival
554
Answer to petition
555
Certificate of correction
557
CHAPTER XIII
559
Inoperativeness or invalidity
562
Improvident cancelation
563
Cancelation of similar claim
565
Improvident joint patent
567
Broadened claim
568
Same invention
570
Invention held the same
571
Reissue application
572
Reissue oath
574
Conditions precedent 448
575
Reissue prosecution
576
CHAPTER XIV
581
Application papers
583
Disclosure
584
Prosecution
587
Claims
588
General remarks
590
CHAPTER XV
593
Patentability
594
Noninvention
595
Ornamental
596
Article of manufacture
597
Scope of protection 5 98
598
Application
599
Species
602
Prosecution
604
Term
607
Appendix Suggestions for study
608
Abbreviations
610
Treatises and articles
613
Table of statutes
623
Table of rules
625
Table of numbered orders
627
Table of circulars notices and unnumbered orders
629
Table of cases
631
Index
691
90
697
92
698
Delay not excused 5 69
699
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