So you are probally ok with words like "renigging" "Indian-giver" and "jimmyrigged"(spin off of "n-word-rigged" with reference to the now infamous jimcrow laws)
Quoteyou can't "waive" the bar(patent or otherwise)Maybe you can't "waive" the bar, but some folks can certainly "waive-in" to the patent bar without taking the patent bar exam. Worrisome? Perhaps. Since we are such good friends now, my dear mandamus, I will call the PTO and all the law firms I know in the morning and tell them about your concerns. I'm certain once everyone hears about their malpractice, this kind of thing will stop. I can add some more people to the list if cptawsome would like to weigh in as well. What luck to stumble upon two such wonderful advice-givers on the same small thread. It's been a Merry Christmas indeed! (Or holiday of your choice--I don't want to be exclusionist!)
you can't "waive" the bar(patent or otherwise)
undergrad stuck in a loop, what a suprise. "but your honor I don't have to obey the law, because the opposing party spelled something wrong"Let me know really break this down for you, read actual caselaw. Nearly every judge who writes it spells stuff wrong and starts sentences with And or Because and spells Majuana with an H, and uses words like niggardly(blows your mind but its considered ok apparently) So keep crying about your daddies but real life isn't found at the bottom of your bottle. Enjoy disbarment.
Perhaps I could start at a law firm as a patent agent and attend evening classes to become a attorney.