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Juristat tracks “end-loading,” or a USPTO examiner’s tendency to complete a higher volume of work at the end of the quarter.

Examiners Who Procrastinate and How To Keep Them From Derailing Your Practice

If you knew your assigned USPTO examiner was going to procrastinate on your application, how would it impact your prosecution strategy?

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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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Which Firms and Companies Prosecute in Front of the Most Difficult Examiners? (2021 Report)

Patent attorneys run into the same examiners from time to time, but what happens when that particular examiner happens to be one of the most difficult at the USPTO?

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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 USPTO. Our research prompted the question: “Which firms and companies have prosecuted the most applications in front of these difficult examiners?”

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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 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.

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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 decisions throughout the patent prosecution process.

Watch our latest video to learn how firms and in-house teams can shape strategy with big data during all parts of the prosecution process.

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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 one of the most stressful aspects of patent prosecution. Rejections citing Alice have multiplied exponentially since the initial decision on June 19, 2014, and they now account for more than 60% of §101 rejections and more than 8% of all rejections, as of our latest analysis.

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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 development strategy, but navigating the complex data isn’t always an easy task.

With the "Table View" in Juristat Platform, you can organize application reports by selecting from more than 125 different data points.

Watch our latest video to learn how to extract informative data sets to improve your patent prosecution process. 

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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 overcome rejections, patent professionals will often request an interview with the assigned USPTO examiner. But are some examiners more receptive to interviews than others?

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Video: Maximize ROI with USPTO Examiner Data

As patent lawyers working with creators and innovators, you rely on complex data and historical trends to make informed decisions in your patent prosecutions.

Juristat organizes and visualizes big data to help patent prosecutors identify the most advantageous responses to office actions while providing clients with unparalleled transparency into the decision-making process.

Watch our latest video to learn how to access useful examiner data that can inform your patent prosecution:

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