Chris talks with Megan about his recent experience deciding how to respond to a first office action. He discovered that his application has ended up with an examiner who has a high ETA (Examiner Time Allowance), indicating a slowness to grant patents. Megan and Chris discuss how the way you would respond to an office action without data can very often be different from the way you might respond with data.

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