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Q: Hi I have a patent application that was submitted by Emery L. Tracy, Reg# 34,081 I have some questions

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Adam W. Bell
Adam W. Bell
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  • SF, CA

A: OK. I'll bite - I see Emry (05/21/1990) in Erie, CO.... So what are your questions? And what's the application number?

James L. Arrasmith
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A: If you have questions regarding a patent application submitted by Emery L. Tracy, Reg# 34,081, it's important to gather specific details about your concerns or the aspects of the patent process you need assistance with.

Each patent application is unique, and the questions can range from the status of the application, understanding office actions from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), to more complex issues like patentability, prior art, or potential infringement concerns.

If the patent application is still under examination, you may want to understand the next steps in the process, how to respond to any rejections or objections, or how to amend your claims to increase the chances of approval. If it's about the broader strategy of protecting your invention, questions might involve patent scope, potential markets, or how to enforce your patent rights once granted.

In any case, discussing your specific questions and concerns with a patent attorney can be very helpful. They can provide tailored advice based on the specifics of your patent application and guide you through the patenting process, ensuring you understand your rights and responsibilities as an applicant.

Remember, the patent process can be complex and nuanced, making professional guidance crucial, especially when it comes to making strategic decisions that can affect your patent rights.

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