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Juristat conducted an analysis which reviewed trends in examiner behavior immediately following an interview with the applicant. Specifically, we calculated the percentage of examiner interviews after first rejection that result in NOA with amendment, NOA w/o amendment, rejection, or no decision. What we found is that particular examiners often heavily favor one outcome over another. The data...
By default, patent applications filed in the United States publish eighteen months after their earliest effective filing date. However, under 35 U.S.C 122(b)(2)(B)(i)[1], an applicant may file a non-publication request which, if certain requirements are met, allows for the application to remain unpublished beyond eighteen months, to be published only if and when a patent is granted. If the...
Juristat recently analyzed the patent prosecution history of a local Top 10 firm (the “Firm”) and determined that the Firm could have generated an additional $55,000 per prosecutor in revenue by incorporating Juristat Examiner Reports into their patent prosecution practice. A step-by-step breakdown of our analysis follows. In analyzing the Firm’s patent prosecution history, we reviewed 148 patent...
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