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Juristat’s normalized allowance rate factors in both average examiner allowance rate and the USPTO average allowance rate to provide a more specific metric to guide your patent prosecution strategy.

What Is a Normalized Allowance Rate?

Juristat’s normalized allowance rate factors in both average examiner allowance rate and the USPTO average allowance rate to provide a more specific metric to evaluate your patent prosecution strategy.

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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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A patent attorney gives business advice to a client, helping to grow the attorney's practice.

Go From Attorney to Advisor With 102 Forward Cite Reports

By strategically leveraging 102 Forward Cite Reports, you can increase your value by acting as an advisor, not just an attorney. 

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Mayo/Myriad at 10: On the Decline and in the Crosshairs

The Mayo/Myriad standard arguably introduced a great deal of uncertainty into the feasibility of obtaining patent protection for life sciences innovations and has been accused of curtailing the competitiveness of U.S.-based life sciences companies in the global marketplace.

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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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Top Patent Firms for Foreign Priority Applications

Finding an IP firm with experience claiming foreign priority is critical for companies based in or working in foreign markets. Here, we rank the top firms for foreign priority applications, based on volume.

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Multi-Dimensional Patent Strategy: The Best Way to Predict Examiner Behavior

To craft an unbeatable prosecution strategy, patent attorneys should rely on the multi-dimensional analysis of an examiner’s data, rather than just summary metrics.

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The Most and Least Common Patent Petitions at the USPTO

There are two types of patent petitions: petitions that are so routine you can do them in your sleep and those so rare you don’t even know where to start. Here are the most and least common petitions filed at the USPTO.

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Patent Petition Search

How Petition Search Makes Your Life Easier

Petitions are an unavoidable part of patent prosecution, and IP professionals are looking for ways to file petitions quickly without sacrificing quality. Access to comprehensive petition searching can help you do just that.

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Great Resignation Patent Prosecution

Patent Prosecution and the Great Resignation: How to Succeed with Limited Staff

More than 33 million Americans have quit their jobs since the spring of last year. With over 40% of workers considering taking part in this “Great Resignation,” how can IP departments ensure a happy, invested group of employees?

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