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There is no current requirement for practitioner signature in Private PAIR. The existing... more »
This is Feature Request FR38 from the PatentCenter listserv Feature Request page at https://patentcenter-tickets.oppedahl.com/patentcenter-feature-requests/.
This is Feature Request FR33 from the PatentCenter listserv Feature Request page at https://patentcenter-tickets.oppedahl.com/patentcenter-feature-requests/.
There are many things that Palm reveals to people inside of the USPTO, that PAIR and Patentcenter do not reveal to applicants. Here are some of those things that Patentcenter should reveal to applicants.
On the Application Data tab, Patentcenter should display a "yes" or "no" as to whether the application is "special".
On the Application Data tab, Patentcenter should display a "yes" or... more »
Every user of Patentcenter has by now gotten very accustomed to the warning that always appears just above the "submit" button in every Patentcenter filing in which you fail to pay money. The warning goes on at some length about how maybe you need to pay money now, or maybe you don't, and Patentcenter... more »