MISCELLANEOUS - Appendices and Other

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Implement Friendly URLs on mpep.uspto.gov

The URLs for the http://mpep.uspto.gov site are not currently friendly and it can be difficult to determine what a link might lead you to. The link for MPEP 1200 is currently: http://mpep.uspto.gov/RDMS/detail/manual/MPEP/current/d0e18.xml#/manual/MPEP/DC1_FPindexR-07.2015/d0e122292.xml It would be helpful if it were something more like this: http://mpep.uspto.gov/e9r072015/MPEP/1200 The link for 35 USC 101 is currently: ...more »

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Email notice for updating on Private PAIR

The patent list page on Private PAIR can not show most updated date of document from USPTO for a particulary application, and misslead user think there is not new document or notice from USPTO. Even worse I just received same notice letter which has gone thru over two month to reach me and overdue. To improve the system, it is ideally to set the system automatically send an email to remind the account holder to check ...more »

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Revision number should reflect latest update

R-07.2015 has a 10/2015 publication and an 11/2015 publication. The two publications differ in substance, not merely in form. For ease and clarity of citation, I suggest the revision number match the publication date in the future. Alternatively, I suggest the MPEP be referred to primarily by a publication date (e.g., "E9 P-11.2015") rather than a revision number. I understand that presently the "R" number is the ...more »

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