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multi-dimensional patent strategy

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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In 2022, Resolve to Streamline Your Patent Practice

How can you improve your patent practice in 2022? What changes can you make that will have the.

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Juristat's Top Blog Posts of 2021

The year was defined by an ongoing pandemic, the inauguration of a new president, and a generally.

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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, offering.

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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 off.

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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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