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Archived updates for Friday, December 17, 2004

TGIF for What Patent Geeks Really Talk About

From the Patent Law Practice Listserv:

--- In, "Stephan"

stupid question time--since the list is quiet. I have never known
whether you put the little plastic divider piece that comes w/ 3 ring binders in the front, or back, of the papers you file in there.

From: "Chris"
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 15:22:37 -0000
Subject: [PatentLawPractice] Re: 3 ring binder query


According to:


They are pieces of rigid plastic that prevent pages from curling around the ring mechanism in a binder. As the binder is being closed,they help lift the sheets of paper up and over the rings. In round ring binders curved sheet lifters are placed between the front and back covers and the text. In D-ring binders, one flat sheet lifter is placed between the front cover and text.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good patent attorneys, like these guys, like to know how things work.

December 16, 2004 11:42 AM  
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