Now that we have revealed the top firms by allowance rate in TC 2100, we now turn our attention to the firms that receive the fewest office actions to allowance. Below, we’ve ranked the ten firms that receive the fewest office actions to allowance in TC 2100. To be eligible for inclusion, the firms must be based in the United States and have at least 500 disposed applications in the ten-year period between 2006 and 2015.
The average number of office actions to allowance in TC 2100 is 2.14.
10. Knobbe Martens (1.83)
9. Thomas Horstemeyer (1.78)
8. Brundidge & Stanger (1.75)
7. Cantor Colburn (1.62)
6/5. Garlick & Markison / Wenderoth Lind & Ponack (1.57)
4. Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus (1.55)
3. Mattingly & Malur (1.54)
2. Volpe & Koenig (1.50)
1. Bacon & Thomas (1.44)
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