Uspto Subscriber Agreement

Recommendation (20JUL2009) 😀 When the private internet portal PAIR and EFS has recently been upgraded, previous bookmarks directly related to the authentication page must be recreated. It is recommended that users on the portal`s homepage. Click right on the link to the corresponding application (z.B. private PAIR or web EFS); Select “Add to Favorites” to create new bookmarks directly on the Private Pair and EFS web authentication page. The USPTO offers our visitors limited external links as a service. If you choose a link to an external website, you leave the website and are subject to the privacy and security policy of the external website. USPTO uses some third-party sites to provide access to official information that is otherwise directly available to the USPTO and continuously checks these links and other external links to assess their current value to the public. However, please note that the USPTO: In accordance with federal law, most government-produced materials that appear on this website are not subject to copyright restrictions within the United States and are therefore publicly available. Public sector information may be freely disseminated and copied, but the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is required to receive appropriate confirmation for each subsequent use (e.g. B, “Source: U.S.

Patent and Trademark Office,”). The USPTO reserves the right to assert copyright protection at the international level. These Terms of Use apply to U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) websites, applications, software and services for public use in the and mobile applications and usPTO-branded social media presences, unless they are replaced or amended by a separate agreement. All separate service agreements will be attached to the relevant services or will be clearly noted. Branded images are published by the USPTO for the purpose of disseminating information in accordance with the law. If you wish to use a trademark purchased from our records, you must do so in accordance with the individual licensing rules of the trademark holders. The USPTO will not help to contact trademark holders or to organize and manage licensing agreements. Practitioners are reminded that they must notify the Office of Enrollment and Discipline (OED) of any changes to their contact information within 30 days of the date of the change.