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For example, continuation applications can be filed off of pending reissue applications, which can provide additional opportunities for obtaining valuable patent claims.
Reissue is another way for a patent owner to add or amend claims in a patent undergoing IPR.
Commercial banks in Cleveland are to reissue cards following reports of a card breach.
23 January 2014 -- Virginia US-based bank holding company Union First Market Bankshares Corp said that it will reissue credit and debit cards impacted by the data breaches at US retailers Target (NYSE: TGT) and Neiman Marcus.
Healthcare company Pfizer Inc (NYSE:PFE) announced on Tuesday that the US Patent & Trademark Office has granted Pfizer a reissue patent (US Patent No RE44048), covering methods of treating osteoarthritis and other approved conditions with celecoxib, the active ingredient in Celebrex.
For getting an ordinary fresh passport or reissue of a 36-page passport with a 10-year-validity (also applicable to minors in the age group 15-18) under the Tatkal Scheme one now has to pay QR824, against QR735 earlier, inquiries found.
For the most part, the new-look reissue companies launched by doing what comes naturally.
Topliff, the Supreme Court demonstrated remarkable foresight about today's reissue dilemma.
The reissues begin in September and feature expanded versions of the original albums on CD with DVDs and digital formats, which had originally proved a sticking point with the band.
In previous breaches credit unions have sometimes chosen not to close and reissue compromised accounts but instead monitored for fraud and close and reissue as needed, but the size of the Heartland breach appears to have spooked CUs more this time.
This reissue of their fantastic debut showcases the band's mesmerising blend of country, folk and sumptuous harmonies.