Allyssa Woodson

Most-Read Posts of 2023

Most-Read Posts of 2023

Let’s look back at the topics that most interested you in the past year. 

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Zuckerberg’s Meta Invades Twitter’s Nest

If you took your holiday weekend in an off-grid cabin, you may be unaware that Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta launched a new app last week, much to Elon Musk’s ire. If your phone is an extension of your body like the rest of us, how are you liking Threads?

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Juristat Leadership Team Recognized by Comparably

Juristat has been recognized by Comparably for having one of the best leadership teams.

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Juristat Recognized for Commitment to Women in the Workplace

Juristat has been recognized as one of the top places for women to work by the Women’s Foundation of Greater St. Louis through their sixth annual Women in the Workplace: Employment Scorecard initiative.

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With the start of a new year, it’s a great time to revisit your firm’s marketing plan to strengthen your business development strategy.

4 Strategies To Strengthen Your Firm Marketing and Business Development

To run a successful practice, it is a good idea to revisit your firm’s marketing plan throughout the year to strengthen your business development strategy.

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In 2022 there was change at the USPTO, but familiar trends dominated in the legislature and the judiciary. Check out the year's news highlights.

2022 Patent News Year in Review

2022 was a year of change at the USPTO, while familiar trends once again dominated in the legislature and the judiciary. Below are a few of the most important patent developments of the year.


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Patents Filed With the USPTO That Can Make for a Happy Holiday Season

Patents for a Happy Holiday Season

The heat of summer is behind us, and the warmth of the holidays is just ahead. Thanks to some innovative minds, here are a few inventions to make the season a little easier, or at least, easier to bear.

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Man assessing legal tech free trial

8 Tips To Get the Most Out of a Free Trial

Maybe you were taken in by an ad for workflow automation that could help your overworked support staff, maybe you hit the search bar looking for a way to reduce your IDS workload, or maybe you were tired of the other firms standing out to corporate clients with their use of data analytics.

Whatever the reason, you need to know that investing in legal tech is going to be worth the cost to your firm. So you negotiated a free trial, and you’ve got seven or 14, or 30 days to make sure this product will fulfill your needs.

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Examiners Who Issue the Most Office Actions (2022 Analysis)

When it comes to office actions and your patent prosecution strategy, less is definitely more. Less time, less work, more profit, and more satisfied clients. Based on Juristat’s recent ranking though, some USPTO examiners might be thinking more is more. 

Knowing which examiners issue the most OAs per application on average can help you find the most efficient path to approval for your client.

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Love is Patent, Love is Kind: 10 Patents for Valentine's Day

For some, Valentine’s Day is synonymous with roses, chocolates, and heartfelt gestures. But IP professionals know that true romance is found at the intersection of love and patents. 

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