A Welcome To My New Readers/RSS Subscribers

October 15, 2008

in News

This blog has received a sizable uptick in readership over the last couple of months.  In fact, Patentably Defined now enjoys around 3,000 unique visitors every month and a far greater number of  subscribers to the RSS feed.  So, I wanted to make sure that my new readers were taking full advantage of the content available on this blog going back to its inception in 2006. To this end, the following is a list of some of the more practical patent prosecution strategy posts.

  • Strategies to Minimize Prosecution Time and Increase Patent Term Part 1, Part 2

  • The Fundamentals of the Written Description Requirement and Strategies for Responding to Written Description Rejections Part I, Part II
  • Avoiding Implications By Silence In A Prosecution History Part 1, Part 2
  • Prosecution Profanity – Words To Avoid In Prosecution Part 1, Part 2
  • Comments On And Practical Suggestions For Improved After Final Practice Link
  • How to Use the U.S. Patent Office’s Policy of “Compact” Prosecution To Your Advantage Link
  • Strategies to Maximize Patent Term Extensions Link
  • The Benefits of Efficient Responses and Approaches for Efficiently Responding to Rejections Under 35 U.S.C. §103 Link
  • A Technique to Assert the Patentable Weight of a Claim Preamble Link
  • Strategic Use Of A Deficient Office Action (or Why a Call to an Examiner Might Not Be In an Applicant’s Best Interests) Link
  • Improper Final Rejections and Suggestions for Avoiding Them (and Hopefully the Expense Of Having to Request Their Withdrawal) Link

I have also presented some perspectives on and practical strategies in response to some of the more important patent decisions of the past year or so, including KSR and McKesson.

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© 2008, Michael E. Kondoudis

The Law Office of Michael E. Kondoudis
DC Patent Attorney

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