A patent application for a trainee unit of patent knowledge

In Insights, Uncategorized

11 January, 2013

To: Awapatent IP Blog

Re: Patent Application

Background of the invention

Two periods of heavy patent theory have passed, and during that time we as trainees have gained a lot of insight into the world of patenting. If the patent world should be compared to another world, I would think that the world of quibblers would be quite suitable. Through the trainee program we have experienced how discussions might arise due to different wording in, for example, a patent claim, and how an outcome of an oral proceeding might be based on this. Therefore, the strength given to the patent by co-operating with co-workers, having different views on the various aspects, is of great importance.

Summary

Based on this, it is the objective of the present invention to provide an office, comprising at least three trainees, at least three desks, at least one chair, and maybe at least one (dead) plant, wherein said at least three trainees are placed at each of said at least three desks, where on each of said three desks a computer is attached, thereby forming a trainee unit of patent knowledge.

By this invention it is believed that a faster communication route and broader knowledge for the trainees is obtained, giving the best environment for learning, in that silly questions might be answered without disturbing other colleagues.

Submitted to the Awapatent IP Blog on 11 January 2013. Awaiting search report from the examiner.

Susanne Rytter Christoffersen, Associate

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