On Demand - Patent Practice Training:

An Introduction to Patent Prosecution

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Cost: $1,995-$2,245

Gene Quinn

Gene Quinn is a patent attorney and a leading commentator on patent law and innovation policy. Mr. Quinn is the Founder of IPWatchdog.com, which he started in 1999, and currently serves as President & CEO.  he is also the principal lecturer and author of the PLI Patent Bar Review Course.

You've passed the Patent Bar, Now What?

Having a license to practice is just the beginning. Now you need to learn how to navigate the many steps of Patent Prosecution. Knowing the rules is one thing, knowing how to do it in real life is quite another thing all together.

John White

John White is a US patent attorney and a patent lecturer. He is an Adjunct Law Professor at the University of Virginia School of Law, and he is also the principal lecturer/author of the PLI Patent Bar Review Course, a course that he originally created.

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This course covers everything from Client Intake, Patent Application Specification and Claim Drafting, Filing and Fixing Patent Applications, all stages of Patent Prosecution, and Patent law, including 35 U.S.C. 101, 102, 103 , 112 + more!

A Well Rounded Course Covering Many Topics

Monthly Mentoring Sessions Included

All students of our Patent Practice Training Course will be invited to attend up to 1 year of monthly mentoring sessions where Gene and John  will address student questions, offer advice and give feedback  on real life scenarios.

This course assumes a level of knowledge commensurate with having passed the U.S. Patent Bar exam.  This course is ideal for patent practitioners with less than two years of experience prosecuting patent applications and professionals needing procedural knowledge on the day to day process for filing and obtaining patents.

Designed With New Patent Practitioners In Mind

Everything You Need To Know To Start Practicing

This course will provide all the tools necessary to hit the ground running. At the end of this course students should have a strong grasp on the day to day basics of patent practice, and a catalogue of examples and templates to draw upon for a variety of the most common and likely occurrences that real life will throw at a patent practitioner.

"I got more than my money’s worth. Gene and John’s patent bar course is the gold standard of preparing to pass to patent bar exam. I feel that this course will become the gold standard for moving people from the patent bar into actual practice. The work that we are expected to do can be scary: money is on the line, the job is difficult, and things can rapidly go wrong if things are not done correctly. This course provides a format that demystifies and familiarizes a participant with all of the things that are needed to practice. This removes a great deal of the fear involved. Just as in the patent bar, there is a lot of work that a person will need to do outside of the course, but Gene and John provide the guidance of where to focus that effort. The course book and the live tutorials with Gene and John are alone worth the price of the course. I use my materials daily and will use them for a long time to come."

--Jack Stuart

Martensen IP, Colorado Springs, CO

I thoroughly enjoyed this course, not only for the sheer volume and quality of the learning I enjoyed, but also for the personally-focused attention I received, not only from Gene and John, but also from Renée, who ensured the course ran like a well-oiled machine. In their own amiable, relaxed and humorous way, John and Gene walked me through all aspects of practical practice, from client intake, to virtually every Office Action imaginable – in all cases, I felt like both had “been there, done that” and knew exactly what they were talking about. More importantly, they were able to get me to understand how to walk-the-walk of a reasonably-seasoned patent attorney, as well – without having to endure the painful missteps and pitfalls associated with experiencing the same either as a solo practitioner or as a “newbie” in a big firm: They covered the gamut of likely practice errors and how to avoid them. Simply put, I can’t say enough good things about the course: It’s money well-spent!

-- Jordan Michael Bauman, PhD

American and Norwegian Patent Agent, Norway

Past Student Testimonials

On Demand Training With

Gene Quinn and John White

**Please Note: Course Materials are now available in Electronic Form If you'd like the book in hard copy, we can ship them to within the US for an additional $250.  Outside of the US, extra shipping charges will apply.