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Mr. Chocolate
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re: Patent office to open in Silicon Valley
Mr. Chocolate   4/12/2013 6:55:31 PM
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I have lived on or near Stanford U. for about 45 years. How might I help with the Silicon Valley PTO branch? Howard Peters Ph.D. J. D.

DrQuine
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re: Patent office to open in Silicon Valley
DrQuine   3/13/2013 1:37:40 AM
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What is the real reason for a western patent office? In this day and age few inventors ever need to visit a patent office. All the patents are online and email / telephone communications allow for rapid back and forth discussions with examiners. Other than the political prestige of a western patent office, will it also enable the patent office to hire a number of examiners who would not be willing relocate to the east coast? Or do examiners already work remotely from their preferred location?



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