On June 13, please join us for the TC2800 Circuits Customer Partnership meeting. Meet with USPTO staff to share your ideas, experiences, and insights. The circuits workgroup examines technology areas related to electrical power generation and transmission, protection systems, switches, connectors, motors, conductors and insulators, electrical device housings and mounting assemblies, electrical power regulation and conversion, miscellaneous nonlinear and digital logic circuits, radio wave antennas, and musical instruments.
Topics for the Customer Partnership Meeting will include:
Introduction to TC 2800 Circuits managers
Best interview practices, including WebEx capabilities
Best prosecution practices from our stakeholders
Question and answer session
The event is free, open to the public, and will be webcast. You may attend in-person at the Alexandria main campus, in-person at a regional office, or remotely via WebEx.
The deadline to register is June 8. Please register to attend by using our EventBrite registration page.
Patents Customer Partnership Meetings (CPMs) like this one provide an opportunity for our customers to meet directly with technology center representatives in a collaborative forum to share ideas, experiences, and insights and discuss examination policies and procedures, mutual concerns, and solutions to common problems. Visit the CPM webpage on the USPTO website to learn more.
For more information, and accessibility requests, please contact:
- Rexford Barnie, 571-272-7492
- Tim Dole, 571-272-2229
- Jared Fureman, 571-272-2391
- Monica Lewis, 571-272-1838
- Tulsidas Patel, 571-272-2098
Requests for attendance will be honored on a first-come-first-serve basis, according to the time and date of receipt of each request. In order to ensure a broad cross-section of attendees, the USPTO reserves the right to limit the number of attendees from any single organization or law firm. Therefore, organizations and law firms must designate their official representatives. Individuals will be notified of accepted requests for attendance by the USPTO no later than one week prior to the date of the meeting. Non-accepted requesters will also be notified by the USPTO. No one will be permitted to attend without an accepted request.