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In the Question 7 introduction we set up a question from the October 2003 afternoon exam session about office actions. In this post, we’ll give you the original question, the USPTO’s Model Answer, and detailed commentary and analysis from Patent Resources Group’s Academic Director Paul Gardner. This added information will help you further understand and prepare for questions that may be asked on a future Patent Bar exam.
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Patent Resources Group is happy to be back with our seventh installment in the Patent Bar Review Question of the Week series! This week’s question was number 26 on the October 2003 afternoon exam session. Be sure to return at the end of the week for the USPTO’s Model Answer along with detailed commentary and further analysis by PRG’s Academic Director Paul Gardner.
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Patent Resource Group’s “Patent Law in Palm Springs Sweepstakes” has been a great success thus far. With the help of your input we’re about to make it even better!

Is LinkedIn more your style? Now you can enter the Sweepstakes via LinkedIn, our fourth way to enter!

To enter via LinkedIn, post a Status Update available to everyone (see details below) mentioning this sweepstakes and using this link (http://bit.ly/aPhfTR). Much like the blog entry, get creative and surprise us! You can:

  • Talk about a previous experience at a PRG Course
  • Explain which October Advanced Course you’d like to take
  • Tell us what your favorite part of patent law is

…or anything else! After doing so, make sure to send an email to request@landon-ip.com with a link to your LinkedIn profile letting us know about your Status Update so that we can enter you in the sweepstakes and contact you if you win.

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Imagine escaping to Palm Springs, California and staying in style at a beautiful sanctuary in the desert with amazing views of the Santa Rosa Mountains. Playing a round of championship golf, enjoying a few sets of tennis, relaxing at the swimming pool, or socializing in the lounge. Many people dream of taking peaceful, idyllic trips such as this but it’s a luxury few can afford in this economic climate and, if you can afford it, there is often too much work to do and not enough time to do it. What if I were to tell you that you can enjoy this peaceful, four star, oasis in the desert for an amazing low rate while taking patent education courses that can unlock your potential as a patent professional, help improve your practice, and allow you to network with your peers all while earning CLE credits?

You’ve got to admit, that’s hard to beat.

But it’s not impossible because, starting today, you have the chance to stay in a world-class resort in Palm Springs AND take an industry leading one-, two-, or three-day patent education course for free. That’s right, for FREE!

Patent Resources Group, in partnership with Intellogist, is pleased to offer the Patent Law in Palm Springs Sweepstakes starting August 12, 2010 and running through September 3, 2010. One (1) lucky winner will be invited to join our sponsor, Patent Resources Group, at the October 2010 Advanced Courses program in Palm Springs, California for a free one-, two-, or three-day course of their choice, including a four-night stay during the program at the world famous Renaissance Esmeralda! The Renaissance Esmeralda was featured in Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List of “World’s Best Places to Stay” and was listed as one of Travel + Leisure’s “500 Greatest Hotels in the World.” This prize package is valued at $3,000 USD and includes PRG course and hotel only. Airfare, meals, entertainment and other miscellaneous expenses are not included.

Available courses include:

…and 8 other great programs.

Entering is easy (update on 8/13/2010: and we’ve added a fourth way to enter–LinkedIn!), so just read on and we’ll lay out all the details for your chance to win.
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