Model Patent Prosecution Templates
In This Section
- AIPLA's List of Mediators and Arbitrators
- Model Patent Rules
- IP Marketplace
- Law School Link
- Model Patent Jury Instructions
- USPTO BCP Meetings
- Programs & Awards
- Model Patent Prosecution Templates
- Sample IP Agreements
- World IP Day
AIPLA's Patent Law Committee maintains a collection of sample documents related to day-to-day patent prosecution. These documents are exemplary and may not be ideal for every situation. Use them at your own risk.*
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Model Response Shells:Each of these documents contains a comprehensive shell document that can be used to formulate a response to 35 U.S.C. 112, 102, 103, or 101 rejections made by a patent examiner during prosecution.
*Nothing included in these sample documents or elsewhere on this site should be considered legal advise on the part of AIPLA or any of its members.
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