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Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
Uspto   reexamination request - update - may  30 to june 06, 2011 - invn tree
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  • 1. Serial Patent number Control Number Requested date Requester Typenumber1 5,265,562 90/011,633 Apr. 7, 2011 Arnold Turk, Ex Parte Greenblum &2 5,439,678 90/009,878 Mar. 30, 2011 Bernstein, Kevin T. Ex Parte PLC., Reston, Grzelak, Price VA Heneveid3 5,524,251 90/011,510 Mar. 22, 2011 Steven H. Ex Parte CooperSlater Slater, DeWitt & Litton, & Matsil, La Ex Parte4 5,564,859 90/011,526 Mar. 18, 2011 Manuel de LLP., Grand LLP., Dallas, Cerra, The Rapids, MI TX Office of5 5,639,738 90/011,615 Apr. 1, 2011 Law C. Dawn Ex Parte Manuel de La Russell, Arent Cerra, Fox, PLLC., Ex Parte6 5,915,239 90/011,620 Apr. 5, 2011 Robert Hanse, Carlsbad, CA Washington, Esq., The DC Marbury Law Ex Parte7 6,050,348 90/011,617 Apr. 1, 2011 John B. Group, PLLC., Conklin, Reston, Voit & VA Leydig Turk, Ex Parte8 6,058,904 90/011,632 Apr. 7, 2011 Arnold Mayer, LTD., Greenblum & Chicago, IL Bernstein,9 6,243,039 90/011,589 Mar. 23, 2011 PATENT Ex Parte PLC., Reston, OWNER VA10 6,296,579 90/011,637 Apr. 8, 2011 Carlos R. Ex Parte Villamar, The11 6,304,925 90/011,639 Apr. 11, 2011 Villamar Firm Ex Parte Toshiba PLLC., Falls America Church, VA Information12 6,389,301 90/011,630 Apr. 6, 2011 Bryan C. Ex Parte System Inc. & Diner, LG Finnegan13 6,405,704 90/011,631 Apr. 7, 2011 Arnold Turk, Ex Parte Electronics, Henderson & Greenblum USA., Inc., Farabow14 6,446,080 90/011,640 Apr. 12, 2011 Bernstein, LindaFinkel, Ex Parte Evan J.& Garrett PLC., Reston, Thayer, Pillsbury Dunner, LLP., VA Finnegan15 6,638,173 90/011,634 Apr. 8, 2011 Carlos R. Washington, Ex Parte Winthrop Henderson Villamar, The Shaw Pittman, DC Farabow Firm, Villamar LLP., McLean, Ex Parte16 6,838,752 90/011,638 Apr. 8, 2011 Tracy W. Garrett & PLLC., Falls VA Novak Druce, Dunner, VA Church, LLP.,17 7,037,543 90/011,616 Apr. 1, 2011 Druce &J. Thomas Washington, Ex Parte Quigg, LLP., Kowalski, DC Houston, TX Vedder Price, Ex Parte18 7,280,838 90/009,883 Feb. 25, 2011 New York PC., New Times York, NY Company,19 7,423,588 90/009,881 Mar. 21, 2011 PATENT Ex Parte Andrea G. OWNER Reister,20 7,599,726 90/011,635 Apr. 8, 2011 Oliver R. Ex Parte Covington & Ashe, Jr., Burling, LLP.,21 7,702,965 90/011,518 Mar. 18, 2011 ASHE, PC., Ex Parte Nick A. Washington, Reston, VA Nichols, Jr., DC Sugar Land, TX
  • 2. 22 7,735,380 90/011,500 Mar. 8, 2011 Stan Protigal, Ex Parte The Nath Law23 7,835,757 90/009,882 Feb. 25, 2011 Group, New York Ex Parte Alexandria, Times VA Company,24 7,848,978 90/011,636 Apr. 8, 2011 Collections Ex Parte Andrea G. Marketing Reister, Inc., Center, Mutual Ex Parte25 7,877,269 90/011,619 Apr. 4, 2011 Liberty Covington & Ian A. Calvert, Group, Inc., J. Burling, LLP., Womble26 6,708,864 95/000,620 Mar. 25, 2011 Steven Third Party Washington, Inter Partes Carlyle Baughman, Requester: DC Sandridge & Ropes & Gray, National27 7,462,149 95/001,609 Apr. 21, 2011 Third PLLC., Inter Partes Rice, Party LLP., Boston, Standard, Requester: Atlanta, GA MA (Atty LLC.; (Atty28 7,641,611 95/001,610 Apr. 21, 2011 B.I., Inc; Third Party Inter Partes Is: Kenneth A. Is: Michael L. Requester: Cage, DeSanctis,29 7,693,608 95/001,611 Apr. 26, 2011 B.I., Inc; (Atty Inter Partes Third Party McDermott Hamilton A. Is: Michael Requester: Will & Emery, DeSanctis & DeSanctis, Operation LLP., Cha, LLP., Hamilton Technology, Washington, Lakewood,& DeSanctis Is: Inc.; (Atty DC), Real CO), LLP., Cha, Real Davidin B. Party in Party Lakewood, Murphy, Same Interest: Same Interest: CO), Real & OMelveny As Third Party As Third Party Party inLLP., Myers, Requester Requester Interest: Same Newport As Third Party Beach, CA), Requester in Real Party Interest: Same As Third Party Requester
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