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Preparing for an Influx of Office Actions

Understanding seasonality around USPTO office actions can help drive decisions related to firm.

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Predicting (And Avoiding) High-Cost Patent Prosecution

Predicting (And Avoiding) High-Cost Patent Prosecution

No matter your ultimate patent goals, modeling prosecution spend on pending cases can help you.

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Examiners Who Procrastinate the Most – And How They Can Help You Get Your Next Allowance (2021)

The USPTO has an official term for examiner procrastination - end-loading. An interesting metric.

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Building a Scorecard to Analyze Firm Performance

Whether you are a part of a corporate IP team or at a law firm, creating a standardized,.

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Examiners Who Issue the Most Office Actions (2021)

An ideal patent prosecution is quick, cost-efficient, and ultimately successful. The more office.

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Examiners Who Love (and Hate) to Interview (2021)

How do interviews impact your chance at an allowance? Our analysis found that 92% of examiners.

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What NOT to Do in Your Patent Practice

To find success, law firms need to live in a constant state of self-assessment. The world of.

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Growing Your Firm in 2021: Advice from Top Growing and Emerging IP Firms

After a tumultuous 2020, many IP firms are refocusing their efforts on growth in 2021. Here, we.

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The Most Difficult Examiners by Technology Center (2021)

Patent professionals who specialize in a specific type of technology may run into the same.

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The Most Difficult Examiners at the USPTO (2021)

We continue our annual tradition of identifying the 10 USPTO examiners with the most skeptical.

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