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Feb 27, 2006


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Hi, I'm currently working as a Paralegal in an Intellectual Property in-house legal department. Can you please tell me what will be the best book to learn patent prosecution from start to finish? I want to know dates, categories, subject matter (i.e., issued, published, granted and so forth).

Your time and dedication is very much appreciated.



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Hi Mercedes, I'm the only one around at these hours. I'm going to go with the MPEP, I hear it has a lot of dates it in.

Here's some linkage from amazon:

For the completist it looks like PP 5th for 460$ would be a nice bet. For the economical reader PPPPBtUSPO for 98$ might be a winner.

Speaking of dates, you live in DC anywhere near the PTO?

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