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Alexandria, VA (June 30, 2010) — PRG will be offering The Patent Workshop: Fundamental Best Practices for Patent Prosecution for 2010 in Los Angeles, CA on July 20-23, 2010.  The registration deadline for this program is July 7, 2010, which is only one week away.  Interested customers need to register and make their hotel reservation by this date.  The Patent Workshop is specifically designed for entry-level patent practitioners with up to two years of patent drafting and prosecution experience.

The Patent Workshop is also being offered in Washington, DC on July 27-30, 2010.  The registration deadline for the DC program is July 20, 2010.

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Earlier this week we asked you our fourth Patent Bar Review Question of the Week. Remember, this week’s question is closely patterned after Question No. 2 on the October 2000 afternoon exam session, with one added benefit: Mr. Gardner has modified the Patent Office’s Model Answer to accommodate Rules and MPEP changes that have been made since the question was first released. This added information will further help you understand and prepare for what may be asked on a future Patent Bar. Here’s the question (to remind you) followed by the US Patent Office’s “Model Answer” as well as detailed commentary and analysis from from Patent Resources Group’s Academic Director Paul Gardner.

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This week on Patent Resources Group’s Patent Bar Review Question of the Week we’re giving you fresh information from Patent Resources Group’s Academic Director Paul Gardner. The question is closely patterned after Question No. 2 on the October 2000 afternoon exam session, with one added benefit: Mr. Gardner has modified the Patent Office’s Model Answer to accommodate Rules and MPEP changes that have been made since the question was first released. This added information will further help you understand and prepare for what may be asked on a future Patent Bar.

If you’re new to our series please check out our previous installments here:

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Earlier this week we asked you our third Patent Bar Review Question of the Week. Times up! Here’s the question (to remind you) followed by the US Patent Office’s “Model Answer” as well as detailed commentary and analysis from from Patent Resources Group’s Academic Director Paul Gardner.

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Alexandria, VA (June 15, 2010) — Patent Resources Group (PRG) will be offering its industry-leading Bar Review Course in Boston, Massachusetts at the Radisson Hotel Boston on June 21-25, 2010.  Attendees will receive instruction from PRG’s Academic Director, Paul Gardner, one of America’s leading patent law experts.  All attendees will receive free copies of:

  • ExamWare®, our highly-acclaimed patent exam preparation software, which greatly enhances their chances of passing the exam
  • Patent Practice, the best treatise on patent law, which both helps attendees study and teaches proven techniques for practicing patent law after passing the exam
  • Passing the PTO Exam on Your First Try: The Latest Tips and Tricks for Success, a booklet that ensures attendees are totally prepared for the exam

Attendees at PRG’s Bar Review Courses receive the most comprehensive level of preparation possible, enabling them to both pass the exam and to practice their profession.  PRG’s next Bar Review Course classroom program will be offered in New York, New York on September 20-24, 2010.  A video course option is also available on DVD.

Here’s what attendees are saying about PRG’s Bar Review Course:

“Your course was exceptional.  I had taken PLI before your course and had no idea what I was doing.  A friend at work suggested your course and I could not have been more satisfied.” – John Laurence, Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman

“Paul Gardner was superb and deserves much credit for my success.  I can very honestly say that the ExamWare software was the difference between my successful experience and my previous, unsuccessful one.  By the time I took the actual exam it felt like taking a practice exam on your software’s interface.  Congratulations on a superior product!” – Paul Lewallen, Corning, Inc.

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Brace yourself for the Patent Bar Review Question of the Week #3! Now that you’re braced, check out our previous questions, the US Patent Office’s “Model Answer,” as well as detailed commentary and analysis from from Patent Resources Group’s Academic Director Paul Gardner here:

Onto this week’s question!

Question of the Week No. 3 (Q and A 31 from October 2000 Exam, Morning Session):

Which of the following do not represent prior art?
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Earlier this week we posited our second Patent Bar Review Question of the Week. Now that we’ve had time to rack our brains, here’s the question (to remind you) followed by the US Patent Office’s “Model Answer” as well as detailed commentary and analysis from from Patent Resources Group’s Academic Director Paul Gardner.
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