Patent Prosecution Boot Camp - Module Four

Are you a law student interested in pursuing a career in intellectual property? Don’t miss your chance to learn from USPTO experts about the patent process and the ways patent examiners review your patent application. The USPTO’s Elijah J. McCoy Midwest Regional Office is offering an interactive four-part course on patent prosecution: register early for Module Four.

  • Module One covers an overview of patents, steps for filing provisional and non-provisional patent applications, and the examination process including legal statutes in the Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP). We recommend the following reading prior to this course: 35 USC 100; 35 USC 101, 35 USC 102; 35 USC 103 and 35 USC 112; MPEP 601 and MPEP 606-609.

  • Module Three covers legal statutes more in-depth, including common prior art rejections, and ways to overcome rejections to advance patent prosecution towards allowance. We recommend the following reading prior to this course: 35 USC 102; 35 USC 103; MPEP 2120-2129; 2131; 2141-2145; 2150-2159.

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For more information, email or call 313-446-4800.


This event is part of a series: Patent Prosecution Boot Camp