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re: Kappos sketches out plans for patent office
moelar   7/30/2009 10:04:56 PM
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""Deferred examination is a promising idea, but at lot will depend on what procedures are put in place to prevent submarine patenting--applicants waiting for years and then writing claims that cover intervening developments in the industry," said Lemley of Stanford." You can only claim what you file, therefore there is no such issue. Lemley is biased. As below, Mr. Lemley is paid by those pushing patent "deform" and therefore biased ... © 2007 Mark A. Lemley & Carl Shapiro. We are grateful to Apple Computer, Cisco Systems, Intel, Micron Technology, Microsoft, and SAP for funding the research reported in this Article. We emphasize that our conclusions are our own, not theirs. http://271patent.blogspot.com/2008/08/patent-reform-crawling-back-in-2008.html http://ipbiz.blogspot.com/2009/02/more-on-lemley-and-intellectual.html

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