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preparing for influx of office actions from USPTO

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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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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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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USPTO COVID Fast-Track Appeals

USPTO Announces COVID Fast-Track Appeals Pilot Program

The USPTO recently announced a companion to the COVID-19 Prioritized Examination Pilot Program,.

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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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