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Importance of Name Normalization in Patent Research


Importance of Name Normalization in Patent Research

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IBM has been a market leader for decades. At one time, it seemed every office featured at least one piece of IBM equipment and computers were defined by whether they were “IBM compatible.” The century-old firm has continue to innovate to transition to a company that focuses primarily on services and software holding its status […]

Standardized Legal Status Streamlines International Patent Search

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Comprehensive prior art searches can be time-consuming, but in the current competitive IP environment, even the most experienced IP prosecutors cannot afford to skip or cut corners.

Patent research: What’s in a name?

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Have you ever tried to find all the patent applications filed by a single organization or tried to analyze a result set by applicant name? Undoubtedly many patent researchers have found enormous variety in the names used by some organizations, leading to doubts about the ability to uncover all prior art. In addition, many organizations—for […]