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What's Wrong with Reexamination and How to Make it Better

  • 07.27.11
  • Gene Quinn
  • IP Watchdog

Reexamination is a low-cost but seldom used alternative to litigation for determining the patentability of the claims in an issued patent. In the right case reexamination is extremely effective. In this article Robert Greene Sterne shares his thoughts on the USPTO's current patent reexamination procedures and how to improve the process. Read the full article here.

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