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September 3, 2009

Reports of the Death of Peer-to-Patent Are Greatly Exaggerated

I recently reported that the U.S. Patent Office had shut down the Peer-to-Patent pilot project. Now I have been informed by Bob Ambrogi that the project has only been suspended, not ended, while the Patent Office makes a final decision about its future. For more information, check out the interview that Attorney Ambrogi recently held with Professor Mark Webbink about Peer-to-Patent.

Posted by Robert at September 3, 2009 3:18 PM
category: Intellectual Property Law


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