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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.

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2021 Mid-Year Patent News Update

It may be hard to believe, but the first half of 2021 is now behind us, and there is reason to.

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The USPTO Is Hiring Hundreds of Patent Examiners

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) recently announced plans to hire hundreds of.

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4 Tips to Avoid Costly Patent Prosecution

To succeed in any industry, a certain amount of foresight and planning is key. For patent.

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How to Identify High-Cost Prosecution and Regain Control of Your Spending

Patent prosecution is expensive and complex. And often, each individual practitioner has their own.

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Examiners Who Love (and Hate) to Interview

Contemplating an interview at the USPTO? Our analysis found that nearly 95% of examiners are more.

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The Most Common Rejections: 102, 103, and 112(b)

Receiving a rejection for a patent application is no one’s idea of a good time. After spending.

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USPTO Guidance for Claim Interpretation

The USPTO recently hosted a webinar about the general approach to interpreting claims and how the.

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Future of Defense: The United Technologies / Raytheon Merger

United Technologies, an American multinational conglomerate, recently agreed to combine its.

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Future of Telecom: The T-Mobile / Sprint Merger

Sprint and T-Mobile recently announced that they had reached a deal to merge, promising to “be a.

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