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Breakout Session No. 6b: Prosecution – Software-Implemented Methods at the USPTO

Recorded on: Apr. 16, 2018
Running Time: 00:59:57

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Taken from the Web Program Patent Law Institute 2018: Critical Issues & Best Practices Recorded April 2018 in New York.

Breakout Session No. 6b: Prosecution – Software-Implemented Methods at the USPTO [00:59:57]
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  • Software Implemented Methods at the USPTO
    Raina S. Haque
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    Raina S. Haque ~ Professor of Practice, Emerging Technologies, Erdos Intellectual Property Law + Startup Legal
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