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Los Angeles Public Library - Central Library, site of the USPTO September 14 roadshow. | Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Public Library.

USPTO’s AIA Roadshow: Next Stop – Los Angeles

The USPTO is hosting another series of “roadshows” across the country to further support our implementation of the Leahy Smith America Invents Act. The next roadshow takes place in Los Angeles on September 14 at 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time, where USPTO officials will explain AIA rules and answer questions. You can watch live online.

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Independent Inventors Conference Coming September 14-15

Are you an innovator? If so, come learn from USPTO officials, IP professionals, and successful inventors in the Lone Star State. The next regional independent inventors conference is heading to Austin, Texas.

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USPTO leadership looks on as Judge Michael Tierney (r) of the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences addresses points during the September 7 webinar on changes to patent laws. | USPTO photo by Cheron Green.

Watch Recording of USPTO Senior Leadership Webinar

Our September 7 webinar on the America Invents Act featuring USPTO leadership is now available on our website. If you missed the program, you can watch it at your leisure.


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What Do You Think About Lower Trademark Fees?

The United States Patent and Trademark Office is seeking public comment on the possibility of lowering trademark application fees for all applicants willing to engage exclusively with the USPTO by electronic means. Please see the Request for Comments in the Federal Register for details.

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USPTO Announces Historic Satellite Office Expansion

Along with our newly opened location in Detroit, the United States Patent and Trademark Office announces historic satellite office expansion to Dallas, Denver and Silicon Valley areas.

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Patents for Humanity

Patents for Humanity is an awards competition for patent owners and licensees. It is our voluntary pilot program to recognize patent owners who apply their patented technology to address humanitarian needs. The program advances the president’s global development agenda by rewarding companies and individuals who bring life-saving technologies to underserved people of the world.


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