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« An Analysis of the New Rules: 37 C.F.R. § 1.75(b): 5/25 Limit on Claims | Main | Forest Labs., Inc. v. Ivax Pharm., Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2007) »

September 05, 2007

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For a preliminary analysis of how a single application family may *not* in fact be limited to "a single request for continued examination (RCE) without a petition and showing", please see:

http://www.nipra.org/rce114.html


NIPRA has a new preliminary analysis on the possibility of obtaining extra RCEs in divisional families under 37 CFR 1.114(f)(3) (similar in some respects to our earlier analysis describing the possibility of obtaining two RCEs from parallel continuations). Comments, especially from those who feel comfortable sifting though the rules, would be *very* much appreciated before we make this page final. Thank you.

http://www.nipra.org/div-rce.html


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