AIPLA Rapid Response Webinar

AIPLA Rapid Response Webinar: USPTO Sequence Listing Rules

June 29 to 30, 2022

Location

Virtual

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No CLE

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Fee: Free
Registration closes June 29, 2022 at 12:00 PM

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Standard ST.26, requiring XML formatting, will go into effect worldwide on Friday, July 1. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is adopting new rules to implement this standard as recently published in the Federal Register. Beginning July 1, sequence listings filed electronically in XML format must be filed via the USPTO’s Patent Center.

Join us for a Rapid Response webinar focused on the new USPTO Sequence Listing rules. Learn about the new process BEFORE it goes into effect July 1. We will be joined by speakers from the USPTO and WIPO, as well as experienced practitioners to provide guidance on how to submit a compliant sequence listing in U.S. patent applications and Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) applications.

Moderator:  Carla Mouta-Bellum, Arrigo, Lee, Guttman & Mouta-Bellum, LLP, Washington, DC

Confirmed Speakers:

Kathleen Kalafus, USPTO
Hanna Kang, WIPO
Alice Martin, Barnes &Thornburg, LLP, Chicaog, IL - Chair, AIPLA Biotechnology Committee
Mary Till, USPTO

PRESENTATION SLIDES:

USPTO Sequence Listing Presentation

WIPO Sequence Listing Presentation

Practitioner Q&A Presentation

LINK TO RECORDING WILL BE POSTED HERE

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