Member Only Forums

Join today and be part of the conversation! NAPP Forum HERE 

Ask... Answer... Discover.

Stuck in a Patent Problem? Call in the Experts.
When you have a question and you cannot find the answer on your own, ask your question in one of these forums and tap into the wealth of knowledge gained from the experience of other NAPP members.

Suggested Conduct:

  • Be aware that your postings reflect your level of professionalism and NAPP as a whole.
  • Messages posted to the NAPP Forums should be composed with the same level of decorum appropriate to a communication with the USPTO.
  • Avoid repetitious postings or postings to indicate agreement with a prior posting of another.
  • Use your mail editor to delete all prior messages and disclaimers, leaving only the message to which you are currently responding.
  • Always sign your message with your first and last name.
  • If you have a problem with someone’s conduct on a NAPP Forum, e-mail your complaint along with a copy of the post to [email protected].
  • If you would like to have your post reviewed prior to sending it to the group, or you would like to remain anonymous with respect to your post, e-mail your post to [email protected].

By subscribing to the e-mail discussion forums, you are agreeing to the following guidelines and standard terms:

DISCLAIMER: The NAPP Forums are provided as a service to members of the National Association of Patent Practitioners (NAPP) only. Any copying or redistribution of messages from these forums to non-members without the express written consent of NAPP is strictly prohibited. The Terms of Use and Privacy Policy of the NAPP website apply to this list. NAPP expressly reserves the right to moderate or prevent postings to the Patent Practice Forum™ and to the General Discussion Forum for any reason whatsoever. NAPP may change the terms from time to time without notice. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF ANY TYPE FOR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN. MOREOVER, STATEMENTS MADE ON THE DISCUSSION FORUMS ARE NOT INTENDED TO CONSTITUTE LEGAL ADVICE OR CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP IN ANY MANNER.