« on: 07-25-13 at 06:58 pm »
Bob has no advanced degree in Bio, so that wouldn't help, as most Biochem examiners have advanced science degrees (that's my understanding, at least). All that JD stuff is mostly irrelevant to being an examiner.
New registrations are now permitted.
Until now everything I could see was always properly respectful, so I wonder what made him go off the deep end?
1. EE are assumed to be able to do CS work. No partner has given me a good reason for this. I have looked at the EE curriculum for various schools and CS courses don't appear to be a core part of their curriculum. Maybe I'm wrong on this. Meanwhile, MEs actually do have to take CS courses and do CS work in upper level courses.
That reminds me, whenever I make an amendment that does not narrow the scope of the claim, I'm careful to say so in the Remarks section (under "Support for the Amendments"). In theory, it should avoid Festo and Festo is supposed to only apply to narrowing amendments.
They seem to want associates to have an EE or CS degree, but they have clients who don't care what major the person who does there work has, as long as it's good quality.
Highlander claims are unpatentable for failing to comply with 112(1). Applicant hasnt enabled how to reduce a subset of immortals greater than 1 to a subset of only 1. How does one kill an immortal being?
Clarification is required.
"I would be looking at starting at 160K..."
Looking at it is about all you'll be doing. You won't be earning it.
"...(at least according to the employment stats I have seen)."
"Columbia has the best employment stats of any law school in the country other than Stanford."
Having read many articles recently on the plummeting number of law school applicants (it's at a 30 year low), the one thing I've taken away from the articles I've read is that pretty much everybody agrees that the "employment stats" that law schools report, and that includes all law schools, even the super fancy ones like Stanford and Columbia, are mostly made up bullsh!t.
That's known as The Highlander Corollary to the BRI.
Is there any IP law firm out there with normal people? I mean non-psychotic non-sadistic good egg kind of poeple.
I never have and am not looking forward in ten years to making anyone feel miserable. I never kiss ass and don't like people who do that or ask for it. It's time for divorce...
When POPA then asked how the agency promoted the employee at seven months if his quality was poor, how the employee was able to produce at 100 percent if his quality was poor, and why few if any cases were kicked back to the employee for corrections if his quality was poor, the agency then shifted its reason for firing from "quality" to “end-loading.”
First year associate litigation work (e.g. sitting in a conference room reading 50+ boxes of printed out e-mails, etc.)...