Friday, October 05, 2007

NIPRA publishes problems in USPTO's continuing application rules

NIPRA begins: It appears the USPTO may have made a regulatory mistake in new 37 CFR 1.114(f), rendering that Rule (like so many others) arbitrary and capricious in effect.

***Separately, of POPA on HR 1908:

In that meeting, Mr. Hoyer and Mr. Berman committed to work with POPA to address our concerns with the legislation as the bill moves to the Senate and Conference Committee including highlighting some of our concerns in a Manager's Amendment as well as meeting with us in the weeks to come to discuss our remaining issues. In view of the commitments of Majority Leader Hoyer and Chairman Berman, POPA has sent a letter thanking them for meeting with us and informing them that POPA will not oppose bringing H.R. 1908 to a vote of the House of Representatives.


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