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Better Patent Drafting Starts With this Tool


Better Patent Drafting Starts With this Tool

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When is a cell phone not a cell phone? When it is an English “mobile phone,” a French“le téléphone portable,” a Turkish “cep telefonu pocket phone” or even an Israeli “Pelephone” (wonder phone). In the world of patent claim drafting, knowing this information could mean the difference between overcoming an examiner’s rejection or withstanding a […]

Specification: Cornerstone of a Robust Claim Set in the post-AIA Era

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Claim drafting has always been a critical stage of the patent application process, but trends and developments in the patent realm indicate that quality claims have taken on an even greater significance.  A simple strategy is gaining new importance with regards to strengthening claims submitted for examiner review as U.S. patent holders and attorneys begin […]

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

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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 cost—or generate—untold amounts of money for IP-driven companies.

What You Need To Know About Post-Grant Review

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Among the many changes to the U.S. patent system wrought by the America Invents Act of 2011 was the introduction of review options that become available to third parties after a patent is granted.