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Firms and Companies in front of Difficult Examiners

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.

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Artificial Intelligence at the USPTO

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the most exciting technologies of the last century,.

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Companies Most Impacted by Procrastinating Examiners at the USPTO

The USPTO has an official term for examiner procrastination – end-loading. When examiners put.

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The First Action Interview Pilot Program: Did It Work?

The Full First Action Interview Pilot Program (FAIPP) was created due to concerns over interview.

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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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Ten Years of Track One: Is It Still Worth It? (2021 Report)

Innovation is key to a business's competitive advantage, and the USPTO created the Prioritized.

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patent maintenance fees

Identifying (and Pruning) Patent Maintenance Fees That Don’t Benefit Your Business

Companies of all sizes want to make sure that the patents in their portfolio are worth the.

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Technology Center Deep Dive: A Look at TC 2900

Technology Center 2900 is a bit of an outlier at the USPTO, handling design patents rather than.

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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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USPTO TC 3600

Technology Center Deep Dive: A Look at TC 3600

Technology Center 3600 is perhaps the most infamous of all technology centers at the USPTO. As a.

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