Allowing Someone Else To Type In Your S-Signature On USPTO Documents Is Unethical

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.IP Ethics, Office of Enrollment and Discipline, Patent Attorney Disciplinary Matters, USPTO OED4 Comments

I still remember vividly today the very first time I signed a paper, as an attorney at law, for filing in court.  It was 22 years ago.  I remember being nervous. I practiced my signature on a scratch pad, wanting to get it just right, before finally putting ball point to paper.  The paper was of heavy bond, the way papers filed in court … Read More