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Young Patent Practitioners Series – Types of Applications (MPEP 200, 600, 1400, 1800 Summary)

The Young Patent Practitioner Series continues with its second installment on “Types of Applications (MPEP 200, 600, 1400, 1800 Summary),” a lesson from Sangik Bae, an intellectual property attorney at Ladas & Parry, LLP‘s Chicago office. Mr. Bae’s attached post provides an overview of the patent prosecution process by explaining the types of patent applications, specifically focusing on Chapters 200, 600, 1400, and 1800 of the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Manual of Patent Examining Procedure.

The John Marshall Law School Review of Intellectual Property Law’s “Young Patent Practitioner Series” aims to help young patent practitioners, including patent attorneys, patent agents, law school students, and persons preparing for the patent bar exam, increase their understanding of patent law and procedure. Follow RIPL on LinkedInFacebook, and Twitter and continue to monitor our website for future Young Patent Practitioner lessons.