WHIPgroup attorneys obtained allowance of a patent application directed to a medical manipulation device. The patent application had received a final Office Action in which the claims were rejected as allegedly being anticipated by the cited art. WHIPgroup attorneys prepared a Response to the Final Office Action that was filed together with a request for consideration under the Post-Prosecution Pilot (P3) Program. The application was allowed shortly after the filing of the Response.
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