Filing patent applications can entail a lot of back and forth between the applicant and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, requiring a sophisticated legal strategy and thoughtful preparation. Often, proactively initiating prosecution once a patent application has been filed can help the applicant secure a wide scope of protection and assist in expediting the patent approval process. In this podcast, Finnegan attorneys Adriana L. Burgy and Christopher T. Kent discuss why proactive prosecution is so important and share best practices when initiating a claim.

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