Patent Judges Begin Work In New Denver Office

DENVER (Denver Business Journal) – The first three administrative patent judges assigned to the new U.S. Patent and Trademark office in Colorado began their first day on the job Monday, according to a new release from the office of Sen. Michael Bennet.

The judges — Gregg I. Anderson, Irvin E. “Gene” Branch and Patrick M. Boucher — will work out of a temporary space at the Denver Federal Center at West 6th Avenue and Kipling streets in Lakewood until renovations at the Byron G. Rogers Federal Building in Denver are completed.

denver business journal Patent Judges Begin Work In New Denver OfficeRead more on the website of CBS4 partner the Denver Business Journal.

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