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The USPTO's PAIR site has been offline since Friday. The reason that this is a major problem is that the PTO has refused to allow anyone else (such as Lexis, Derwent, or Google) to build a parallel database of PAIR data.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008 at 09:20 AM | Permalink
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Jason Rantanen, Associate ProfessorUniversity of IowaCollege of LawSSRN Articles
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