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New Product Gives Patent Attorneys More Ways to Tailor Prosecution Analytics


New Product Gives Patent Attorneys More Ways to Tailor Prosecution Analytics

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Custom Information Services is a new suite of data products designed to help patent attorneys tailor the information flow necessary to analyze a prosecution experience in depth. Comprised of three tools, attorneys can create bespoke process flows in order to quickly find relevant information, find and identify new and meaningful patterns, and gain insight into […]

Track One Prioritized Examination: How Startup Companies Can Expedite Patent Prosecution

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It is common knowledge that obtaining a patent is a long process, with applications taking on average three years from their filing date to mature into a granted patent. For startups, investing in this process can be daunting—many companies rise and fall in that span of time. Coupled with limited resources, quick pivots and the […]

Take Your Patent Prosecution to the Next Level with These Recently Released Enhancements to LexisNexis PatentAdvisor®

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The latest enhancements released to PatentAdvisor™ will enable you to: • Conduct improved search analysis on your own firm or external counsel with name normalization • Perform complex searches such as: Alice AND (Mayo OR Myriad) with improved Boolean search capabilities • Bill back PatentAdvisor usage to your clients through option of forced client/matter# input […]

Introducing LexisNexis Custom Reports for Alice

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On June 19th, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a decision in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International that significantly changed the landscape for what had been, up to that point, a very active area of intellectual property. The court found that the Alice patent-in-suit in that infringement case, which protected a computer-implemented system […]

How Attorneys Can Use Big Data to Hack Patent Prosecution

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The term “hacker” has permeated technology and business culture, evolving beyond its original meaning to describe anyone who applies ingenuity to achieve an elegant and clever result. Now businesses, including law firms, are adopting the hacker mentality to disrupt traditional practice models with big data and predictive analytics. Products like LexisNexis PatentAdvisor® offer attorneys a […]

The AIA Three Years Later: How First-to-File Placed a Premium on Provisional Applications

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The Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) has been the biggest change to U.S. patent law in 60 years. Now that the dust has settled, we are starting to see the impact the AIA has had on the landscape of patent prosecution, and particularly on the status of provisional patent applications. While obtaining the earliest possible […]