Archive for January, 2012

Over at Passing the Patent Bar with PRG, view the timeline of Chris Casson’s experiences in studying for, registering, and passing the Patent Bar Exam:

September 9, 2011: Chris decides to take the Patent Bar Exam.

September 22, 2011: Chris attends a PRG Patent Bar Review Course, taught by PRG instructor Paul Gardner. Chris then creates a study plan.

September 29, 2011: Chris begins using ExamWare™ to answer practice questions for the Patent Bar Exam.  Chris also uses slides from the PRG review course and the course videos to study.

See the rest of the timeline over at Passing the Patent Bar with PRG!

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Start the New Year right!  Make your plans now to take PRG’s industry-leading Patent Bar Review course.

We have many choices of dates and locations for our classroom course in 2012 (and it’s not too late to sign up for our next course later this month):

  • January 23-27, 2012 — Newport Beach (Orange County), CA
  • March 12-16, 2012 –Washington, DC (Alexandria, VA)
  • May 7-11, 2012 — Chicago, IL
  • June 18-22, 2012 — Boston, MA

Left: PRG Alexandria Training Center. Right: Radisson Hotel Newport Beach.

Find the date and venue that best meets your needs and sign up today!  (More 2012 dates and locations will be coming soon.)

Of course, our online video course is available whenever and wherever you are ready to take it!  And whether you take our classroom course or purchase the video course, you’ll also benefit from access to the web-based version of ExamWareTM,our highly-acclaimed patent exam preparation software.

Use the links below to:

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PRG’s Spring 2012 Advanced Courses Program will be held from March 25-31, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs, Florida, and all courses have been updated to reflect the many impacts of AIA.  We’ve already posted an overview of all Spring 2012 Advanced Courses and looked at the course “Designing Around Valid U.S. Patents”, and today we’ll describe the benefits of taking Art and Science of Patent Searching, which will teach you how to conduct a systematic prior art search with greater efficiency and precision!


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