WHIPgroup attorneys obtain favorable decision using the Post-Prosecution Pilot (P3) Program for a case directed to an electric battery recharging plant. After receiving a final rejection, WHIPgroup presented arguments to a P3 Panel asserting that the cited art failed to disclose the claimed configuration of an electrical connector providing delayed connection of a battery in parallel with a storage capacitor within a switching cell of a voltage source converter. The P3 Panel agreed with WHIPgroup’s arguments and withdrew the prior art rejections.
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