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Which Firms Are the Best at Overcoming Alice?

Since June of 2014, Alice has become one of the most feared names in patent prosecution. Rejections.

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Alice's Favorite Class: Class 705

Class 705 is home to patents for processing business and financial data from big corporations like.

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Juristat's Top Blog Posts of 2018

Here at Juristat, we’re closing out 2018 on a high note. On top of expanding our own team and.

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3D Printing: A Look at the Patent Landscape

If you were following patent and innovation news in 2018, it was hard to avoid mentions of 3D.

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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.

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Incoming Clouds: An Analysis of IBM’s Acquisition of Red Hat

IBM recently took a giant step forward to position itself as a leader in the new frontier of cloud.

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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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The 10 Fastest Growing Patent Law Firms

Back in 2016, we looked at the Fastest Growing Patent Law Firms, or as we called them, "The.

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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.

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Video: How to Monitor Competitor Applications

All companies applying for patents need to stay up to date on competitor activity that may threaten.

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