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The most significant changes to U.S. patent law since the Patent Act of 1836 have been enacted into law. Among the major changes, as set forth in the Act are provisions that will implement a first inventor to file system, with changes to the current grace period and expanded prior user rights, establishment of a new post-grant opposition procedure, and authorization of a special procedure for reexamination of business method patents. These changes are sure to result in significant changes to the practice of patent law.
3.75 CLE credit will be offered. Symposium Cost: $100 (includes all materials)
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