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Examiners Who Procrastinate the Most – And How They Can Help You Get Your Next Allowance

Procrastination. We all do it. In-house counsel do it, OCs do it, and USPTO examiners do it. In.

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Examiners Who Love (and Hate) to Interview

Contemplating an interview at the USPTO? Our analysis found that nearly 95% of examiners are.

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Examiners Who Issue the Most Office Actions

We’re all familiar with Newton’s third law of physics: For every action, there is an equal and.

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Which Firms and Companies Prosecute in Front of the Most Difficult Examiners? (2019)

We recently identified the ten most difficult examiners currently reviewing applications at the.

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The Most Difficult Examiners at the USPTO (2019)

In an update to our 2016, 2017, and 2018 lists of most difficult examiners at the USPTO, we have.

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Data Makes the Difference: Nicholson De Vos Uses Data to Support Strategy and Client Relations

We’ve all been there. Prosecution is taking longer than expected. You’re facing one rejection.

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Video: How Big Data Can Help You Before, During, and After Prosecution

Thanks to Juristat patent analytics, practitioners can now leverage data to make strategic.

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Change is Coming to Alice: Examiners with the Highest Percentage of Alice Rejections, 2014-2017

Due to inconsistent interpretation, preparing for and responding to Alice rejections has become.

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Video: Customize Application Reports with 125+ Data Points

Data-driven decisions can help shape a more successful patent prosecution and business.

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The Most Interview-Friendly Examiners at the USPTO

It’s common for patent applications to suffer at least one rejection during prosecution. To.

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