Yes. In a USPTO pdf it states -
"Once you have your Customer Number, you must also associate your current patent
applications with it. . . .
- Download and complete the Customer Number Upload Spreadsheet
To get more information and to download this form you can go to Electronic Business Center. People at the EBC are very helpful for this type of question. ...
Does "Reasons for Allowance" imply that there is a high probability of this application to be granted in the near future.
37 CFR § 1.104(e) provides:
If the examiner believes that the record of the prosecution as a whole does not make clear his or her reasons for allowing a claim or claims, the examiner may set forth such reasoning. The reasons ...
In 2003 the PTO started and provided patent file histories on the PAIR electronic Image File Wrapper site. However the Non-Patent Lit (NPL) documents are not available due to copyright issues.
Also the older patent file wrappers/histories are not yet available on the PAIR system.
NPL and older patent file histories can be obtained from vendors such as ...
That's a patent application, not a grant.
Usually a granted patent is identifiable on Google patents site:
the document's Publication type in the blue cartouche shows Grant as opposed to Application
the cartouche shows the corresponding Application Number on the following line
the Discuss this Application blue button reads Discuss this Patent instead
The answer to the original question is Yes.
In our experience, the entry in the Transaction History, "Reasons for Allowance" is strongly suggestive that the Examiner's supervisor has approved the allowance. I am guessing that the actual document may have been prepared and recorded but is not in the IFR prior to the Notice of Allowance is posted, but that's ...
It will be visible now in Private PAIR to the attorney who filed it, but not visible to the public in Public PAIR until it is published at the 18 month point unless early publication was requested. Or not until grant if non-publication was requested.
At the point in time you can see an application in both systems, you see the same thing. Private PAIR allows you to see applications you have filed that are associated with your customer number. An inventor, or anyone, can get a USPTO Customer Number. When an application is published it is visible on Public PAIR, before that it is only visible to the ...
If you look it up in Public PAIR and click on the Image File Wrapper tab, you will see -
03-27-2018 N/AP Notice of Appeal Filed
Rather than responding with a RCE/response/amendment to the final rejection, the application has filed for the first steps of an appeal. Along the way it has had other "final" rejections and also went abandoned briefly in ...
Assuming you have access to the file on PAIR, any updates should essentially be in real time. In other words, once an office action response (or other document) is filed in a publicly available case, that filling immediately becomes public.
Yes it is broader but was never granted a patent, applicant failed to reply examiner objections.
status on date 10-23-2009-- Abandoned -- Failure to Respond to an
presently no child applications are pending for this application and it seems all doors are closed for this application.
you are also requested to refer Ask patents another ...
As a self-appointed Unix guru ;-) 😉 and in accordance with StackExchange's roots, I ended up using command-line tools like "pdftk" and "perl" to solve this problem.
On an Apple Mac:
install "pdftk" command-line tool (directly or via MacPorts)
copy this script into a text file and run it with a path to the Image ...