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Application Monitoring & Portfolio Management

Easily manage and monitor patent applications more effectively.

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    Are You Wasting Too Much Money on Extension Fees?

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  • Five Key Aspects of a Patent Landscape

    Five Key Aspects of a Patent Landscape

    For especially competitive technology fields, patent research can be used to shape the earliest stages of research and development. In pharmaceuticals, electronics and many other high-tech...

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  • Introducing PAIR Watch

    Introducing PAIR Watch

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  • Automate Portfolio Alerts with Prosecution Pattern Monitoring

    Automate Portfolio Alerts with Prosecution Pattern Monitoring

    Companies are constantly struggling to stay ahead of the tidal wave of information that floods their offices every day.  This is especially true for patentees who wish to maintain a competitive...

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  • Court Ruling on Legal Fees May Stem the ‘Patent Troll’ Tide

    Court Ruling on Legal Fees May Stem the ‘Patent Troll’ Tide

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  • The Road to Ten Million U.S. Patents and China’s Growing Influence

    The Road to Ten Million U.S. Patents and China’s Growing Influence

    The United States Patent and Trademark Office is rapidly approaching a significant milestone in its productive history of granting patents. Having issued the first patents back in 1790, the USPTO...

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  • Micro Entities: the Birth of New Genre of Patent Applicants

    Micro Entities: the Birth of New Genre of Patent Applicants

    One of the lesser talked about aspects of the America Invents Act (AIA) is the creation of a new type of filing entity before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Traditionally,...

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  • Why the Heads of Leading Companies Invest in IP

    Why the Heads of Leading Companies Invest in IP

    Patents form the basis of a global economic market. The top 10 U.S. patent filing organizations alone invested $62 billion in R&D efforts in 2014. Clearly the leaders of these companies—often...

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  • LexisNexis PatentAdvisor® Timeline shows your application's prosecution path and shows you how it compares to your examiner's average

    LexisNexis PatentAdvisor® Timeline shows your application's prosecution path and shows you how it compares to your examiner's average

    First, pull your application using the QuickPair search. Next, select the Timeline Tab. The Timeline illustrates the prosecution path your application has taken and then compares it to your...

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  • Did you know... the LexisNexis PatentAdvisor® Prosecution Guidebook can help take the guesswork out of the patent prosecution process?

    Did you know... the LexisNexis PatentAdvisor® Prosecution Guidebook can help take the guesswork out of the patent prosecution process?

    In analyzing examiner data, the Guidebook can help illuminate the fastest path to getting your application granted. 1. After pulling up your application in QuickPair, by entering an application or...

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  • Leveraging Data for “Macro” and “Micro” Patent Prosecution Management

    Leveraging Data for “Macro” and “Micro” Patent Prosecution Management

    The need for reliable and independent data is often at the center of any new invention. It turns out that data is a crucial asset to have on your side when trying to protect and defend the...

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  • Cutting Patent Prosecution Costs: Are There any Good Options?

    Cutting Patent Prosecution Costs: Are There any Good Options?

    There’s no secret that the ability to protect valuable intellectual property can lead to much wealth. The costs of obtaining a patent securing that technology, however, are not always the topic of...

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  • The Modern Patent Office

    The Modern Patent Office

    This is part five of our series on the history of the USPTO. Follow the links after the post to read the other parts of our series. Over the most recent few decades, the USPTO has continued to...

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  • New Legislation: A Golden Age for Trade Secret Trolls?

    New Legislation: A Golden Age for Trade Secret Trolls?

    Companies in recent decades have been beleaguered by cyber espionage and theft of proprietary materials and trade secrets. Most states have statutes creating a cause of action for companies to...

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  • Aftershocks of Alice: Patent-Eligible Subject Matter and Rule 12 Motions

    Aftershocks of Alice: Patent-Eligible Subject Matter and Rule 12 Motions

    The patent landscape has been shaken drastically over the last few years starting with the America Invents Act and then more recently with Supreme Court decisions in such cases as Alice Corp. ...

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  • Maintaining Quality in a First-Inventor-To-File World

    Maintaining Quality in a First-Inventor-To-File World

    One of the most talked about aspects of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) was the provision affecting a change from a “first-to-invent” system to a “first-inventor-to-file” system in the...

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  • Preissuance Submissions Can Derail Your (Or Your Competitor’s) Patent

    Preissuance Submissions Can Derail Your (Or Your Competitor’s) Patent

    In the old days of patent prosecution, some IP attorneys would perform only a perfunctory prior art search—or forego a prior art search completely—with the rationale that determining whether a...

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  • 3 Levels of Using Big Patent Prosecution Data

    3 Levels of Using Big Patent Prosecution Data

    Identifying optimal patent prosecution strategies requires capitalizing on prosecution experience and understanding an applicant’s patent-related business goals. More specifically, the strategies...

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  • 4 Implications of AIA and ‘First-to-File’ for Patent Practitioners

    4 Implications of AIA and ‘First-to-File’ for Patent Practitioners

    Drafting a high-quality patent application has always been important, but the two years since the United States switched to a first-to-file standard have shown that patent application quality can...

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  • IP Budgeting With Predictive Analytics

    IP Budgeting With Predictive Analytics

    What if you could predict how long your latest patent application will take to reach allowance? Forecasting that timeline would allow you to make better decisions about where your IP department...

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