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Q: Do you provide training on using the PatentTerm Online calculator?

A: Computing AIPA Patent Term Adjustment (PTA) is a complex task. PatentTerm Online can greatly simplify the process, but a proper understanding of our calculator and the pertinent AIPA rules is required to achieve consistently accurate results.

To introduce our calculator, for each new account, we recommend users attend a free system orientation session before using PatentTerm Online. This typically takes about one hour, and can be done over the phone with an instructor, while you are working at a computer with web access.

For additional training, PatentTerm Online offers live, custom webinars providing an overview of the legal aspects of auditing PTA. Typically, sessions are scheduled on a fee basis for a group at a firm or company. We have provided PTA training for hundreds of patent professionals, and our programs are usually very well received.

For training inquiries, please contact us by email to Support@PatentTerm.com.

Q: Can PatentTerm Online provide a private seminar or webinar for my organization?

A: Yes. We have provided programs for major patent law firms, CLE providers, IP organizations, and pharmaceutical companies. For fees and other information, please contact us.

Q: Is Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit available for attending a PatentTerm Online webinar?

A: Upon request, we will provide you with a Certificate of Attendance and other information to assist you in applying for CLE in your jurisdiction. While not guaranteed, we estimate that up to two (2.0) or three (3.0) hours of CLE may be available for many states. You must let us know prior to your program if you plan to apply for CLE credit.

Q: I am an inventor or scientist seeking to learn more about patents. Can I attend your webinar?

A: AIPA Patent Term Adjustment is an advanced topic requiring prior knowledge of patent prosecution. Accordingly, attendance is limited to qualified patent professionals.

Non-professionals seeking to determine an AIPA patent expiration date should contact a licensed patent agent or attorney.

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