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At the end of Lee Katterman's article "A Patent Primer" (The Scientist, Sept. 4, 1995, page 8), the reader is directed to two URLs that are said to have more information about patents. I suggest that my law firm's patent information Web site, http://www.patents.com/, would also be of interest to readers. The site contains more than 100 pages of answers to frequently asked questions about patents and other intellectual property. The site, which has been open since July 1, is already cited in so

Carl Oppedahl
Oct 29, 1995
At the end of Lee Katterman's article "A Patent Primer" (The Scientist, Sept. 4, 1995, page 8), the reader is directed to two URLs that are said to have more information about patents. I suggest that my law firm's patent information Web site, http://www.patents.com/, would also be of interest to readers. The site contains more than 100 pages of answers to frequently asked questions about patents and other intellectual property. The site, which has been open since July 1, is already cited in some two dozen other Web sites.
Carl Oppedahl
Oppedahl & Larson
1992 Commerce St., #309
Yorktown Heights, N.Y. 10598-4412
E-mail: oppedahl@patents.com

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(The Scientist, Vol:9, #21, pg.13 , October 30, 1995)
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