• A webinar, led by Gene Quinn, founder of IPWatchdog.com, Robert Schaffer, intellectual property partner at Troutman Sanders and Thomas Franklin, Partner at Kilpatrick Townsend where they discuss:
  • • Recent Federal Circuit cases dealing with 112 sufficiency of disclosure and claim drafting
  • • How these new teachings are being implemented at the Patent Office
  • • What practitioners can do to avoid and overcome 112 rejections

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