Danielle Hohmeier

Recent Posts

We’ve all been there. Prosecution is taking longer than expected. You’re facing one rejection after another. And your client is starting to question whether this patent is worth pursuing. This precarious position is where Jonathan Miller of Nicholson De Vos Webster & Elliott LLP found himself during a recent prosecution.
Class 705 is home to patents for processing business and financial data from big corporations like IBM, MasterCard, and WalMart. It’s also, as it turns out, home to a lot of Alice rejections.
Here at Juristat, we’re closing out 2018 on a high note. On top of expanding our own team and client roster over the past year, in September we launched Platform, our most revolutionary product yet, and just last month, CEO Drew Winship was honored with a Top Legal Innovation Award. And we're already working on new product features that we know will improve patent prosecution for our clients...
With nearly limitless ways to customize data sets and run analytics, keep tabs on applications, and generate competitive insights, Juristat Platform has to power to boost your firm’s performance and bottom line.
Meet Platform. The future of patent prosecution. Since 2013, we've been building tools that transform patent prosecution and change how firms market themselves and how corporations select outside counsel. Now we are proud to launch our most revolutionary product yet: