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The Concept of Old 102(e) Recast as New 102(a)(2) as Implemented by New 102(d):

Recorded on: Jun. 19, 2017
Running Time: 01:16:50

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Taken from the Web Program Patent Eligibility, Prior Art and Obviousness 2017: Current Trends in Sections 101, 102, and 103 recorded June 2017 in San Francisco.

The Concept of Old 102(e) Recast as New 102(a)(2) as Implemented by New 102(d): [01:16:50]
  • Significant, nuanced and critical differences between current AIA 35 USC 102(a)(2) and (d), and former (pre-AIA) 35 USC 102(e)
  • Applications where pre-AIA 35 USC 102 (e) still applies, and, if so, how various foreign/PCT priority/domestic benefit claims may impact:
    • Effective filing date of an application being examined, and prior art dates of references;
    • Treatment of transitional application
    • Pre-AIPA 35 USC 102(e) provisions, and when they apply
  • Applications where current AIA 35 USC 102(a)(2) and (d) applies, and if so, how various foreign/PCT priority/domestic benefit claims may impact:
    • Effective filing date of an application being examined, and
    • Prior art dates of references
  • Transitional applications: Does a foreign priority claim affect the effective filing date?
  • Are the correct prior art references, and the correct prior art dates of those references, being used by examiners in examining applications?
  • Problems in getting an earlier effective filing date for your application
  • What is the prior art date of a reference with a priority claim to a prior filed: a) domestic application, b) IA, or c) foreign application?

Speaker:  Robert J. Spar


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  • Former 35 USC § 102(e) Recast as New (AIA) 35 USC § 102(a)(2)—as Implemented by New (AIA) 35 USC § 102(d); Impacts on Applications and Prior Art of Priority/Benefit Claims under 35 USC §§ 119, 120, 121 and 365
    Robert J. Spar

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  • AIA §102(a)(2) with AIA§102(d) have replaced Pre-AIA (former or old)§102(e).Effects of Foreign Priority & Domestic Benefit under §§119, 120, 121 and 365
    Robert J. Spar
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Robert J Spar ~ Patent Prosecution and Practice Specialist, Director (Ret.) OPLA, USPTO, Director (Ret.) Office of Patent Legal Administration, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
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