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Strategies for finally rejected claims

What happens when your patent application is rejected? Hoon Chang and Dong-Jae Lee of Central International Law Firm outline the possibilities

A final rejection can be disappointing, but it is not the end of a patent prosecution. Rather, it means that the prosecution enters into a critical phase in which the applicant, within a relatively short period, must make a wise...

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