One vs. Two Examiners and Why it Matters – By Dennis Parad

When a USPTO patent application is examined, the Office issues one or more office actions that are either signed by a single examiner or a second examiner with authority to sign. My experience as a former Primary Examiner at the USPTO gave me a unique insight into what this signatory distinction means and why it affects patent prosecution strategy.


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