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


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

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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 intellectual property rights related to that invention as well. “We might use the term ‘micro’ patent management to […]

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 […]

The Effect of Multiple Rejections on Litigation

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Patent prosecution history has always been a part of patent litigation, to some extent.  However, a recent ruling from the Southern District Court of New York has added a new twist to how and when the court will consider the prosecution history of an application in terms of litigation.  On a renewed motion to stay litigation for […]