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Changes in Patent Infringement Litigation


Changes in Patent Infringement Litigation

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On December 1, 2015, a new set of amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure became effective after a lengthy rule-change process.  As part of the new regime of rules, a widely used form for filing patent infringement actions has been eliminated.  In the past, a form patent complaint would be used to allow patent holders […]

Cutting Patent Prosecution Costs: Are There any Good Options?

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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 conversation once a research breakthrough has occurred. A good hard look at the patent prosecution process and the various costs along the way […]

Why the Heads of Leading Companies Invest in IP

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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 technology-driven—see the value in investing in innovation, but how are they ensuring that they can continue to increase their patent portfolios without significantly running […]

PatentAdvisor Briefcase Gives Corporate IP Counsel a Competitive Edge

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For a company that depends upon its intellectual property holdings, the status of its current and pending patent portfolio is crucial. Financial professionals have long been able to assess the financial well-being of a company, but in-house intellectual property professionals have often had to rely on educated guesswork and simplified solutions such as manually updated […]

When to Request a USPTO Examiner Interview

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Experienced patent professionals know that receiving a non-final rejection from the USPTO on a patent application can often be addressed by fixing an unintentional error or by providing more detailed information. Each subsequent office action received in connection with that patent, however, correlates more strongly with the likely eventual failure of the patent prosecution effort. 

Predictive Analytics Give Patent Professionals the Edge

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Patent professionals today are under increasing pressure to prosecute patent applications successfully to help IP-driven companies gain an edge on their competitors. The data-driven reports available through the LexisNexis® PatentAdvisor℠ suite of patent software gives IP professionals the competitive intelligence they need to prosecute patent applications efficiently and effectively. The PatentAdvisor family of online tools […]