United States Patent and Trademark Ofhce
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Address: COMMISSIONER FOR PATENTS
ATTORNEY DOCKET NO.
Eddie E. Scott
Assistant Laboratory Counsel
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
P.O. Box 808, L-703
Livermore, CA 94551
The Patent Term Adjustment is 299 day(s). Any patent to issue from the above-identified application will
include an indication of the adjustment on the front page.
If a Continued Prosecution Application (CPA) was filed in the above-identified application, the filing date that
determines Patent Term Adjustment is the filing date of the most recent CPA.
Applicant will be able to obtain more detailed information by accessing the Patent Application Information
Retrieval (PAIR) WEB site (http://pair.uspto.gov).
Any questions regarding the Patent Term Extension or Adjustment determination should be directed to the
Office of Patent Legal Administration at (571)-272-7702. Questions relating to issue and publication fee
payments should be directed to the Customer Service Center of the Office of Patent Publication at
APPLICANT(s) (Please see PAIR WEB site http://pair.uspto.gov for additional applicants):
Mariam N. Maghribi, Livermore, CA;
Peter A. Krulevitch, Pleasanton, CA;
James Courtney Davidson, Livermore, CA;
Thomas S. Wilson, Castro Valley, CA;
Julie K. Hamilton, Tracy, CA;
William J. Benett, Livermore, CA;
Armando R. Tovar, San Antonio, TX;
The projected patent number and issue date are specified above.
Determination of Patent Term Adjustment under 35 U.S.C. 154 (b)
(application filed on or after May 29, 2000)
IR103 (Rev. 11/05)