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Articles and Commentary regarding AIPA Patent Term Adjustment

     Patent Term Duration and Its Calculation by Professor Irving Kayton (2008)
     Open Letter to Patent Practitioners of May 7, 2004 by Patent Resources Group, Inc.
     Assessing the PTO System for Calculating AIPA Patent Term Adjustment, James P. Longfellow and Irving Kayton, Intellectual Property Today (April 2004)

American Inventors Protection Act of 1999

     AIPA Legislation
     Changes To Implement Patent Term Adjustment Under Twenty-Year Patent Term, Final Rule, published Sep 18, 2000, effective Oct 18, 2000
     Revision of Patent Term Extension and Patent Term Adjustment Provisions, Final Rule, published Apr 22, 2004, effective May 24, 2004
     Explanation of 37 CFR 1.703(f) and of the USPTO Interpretation of 35 U.S.C. 154(b)(2)(A), Interpretation, published June 21, 2004
     PTO AIPA Home Page
     PTO AIPA Patent Term Adjustment Q&A's

PTO Patent Application Information Retrieval (PAIR) System

     PTO Patent Electronic Business Center
     PTO PAIR Search Page (Public Access)

Other Links

     PTO Web Patent Database

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