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In re Stanford: Ruined by a Processor and a Memory

“The Federal Circuit’s focus on an aspect of the Stanford application which no one could (or did) argue was a protectable innovation not only damaged Stanford, it also squandered an opportunity to

How to Write a Winning Patent Office Action Response | USPTO

Prosecution is the bread and butter of the patent lawyer’s practice. Because you will likely spend most of your time during the workday reading and responding to office actions, honing

Office Action Responses | MPEP VS Arguminer | Book VS Practical Guide

“If MPEP is the rule book, Arguminer is the practical guide to how patent prosecutors have applied those rules (and more) to overcome patent rejections.”  Area of help (Broad) Area

Celebrating Excellence: Women Patent Prosecutors with Remarkable Track Records in 101

We used our extensive database of patent prosecution documents to identify patent attorneys and agents with the highest performance, based on their ability to overcome 101 rejections, considering both granted

Three Steps To Achieve Effective Delegation | The Gamechangers

“If you want to do a few small things right, do them yourself. If you want to do great things and make a big impact, learn to delegate.”   –

Protecting Oligonucleotides and Antibodies: 3 Proven Arguments to Overcome §101 Rejections in Molecular Biology

Patent lawyers love the overused quote from Diamond v. Chakrabarty, “everything under the sun invented by man.” Forty years later, this remains good law in most situations. However, Mayo v.

5 Tips to Having a Good Patent Examiner Interview

Interviewing with the patent examiner can provide many benefits to your clients. Oral communication is much more efficient than written communication. As a result, you can often cover more ground

Office Action Responses that worked with Examiner Goldberg Jeanine A​

“Knowing which arguments worked or didn’t work with the examiner handling your case; you can draft an office action response to work in your favor.” Examiner Details Name Goldberg Jeannie

How To Effectively Analyze Office Actions

“For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.” – Aristotle After stepping out of law school, passing your patent bar exam,

3 Obvious Mistakes to Avoid when Responding to Office Actions

It’s natural to trust the examiner and approach things like a lawyer while prosecuting patent applications. However, it may not always be the right course of action to get the

5 Reasons Why Your Patent Application Gets Rejected

Did you know - "Behind every 102/103 type rejection lies a 112 rejection?" Take a look at patent rejection from patent prosecutor's eye. As a bonus, you shall learn 2 effective ways to deal with the patent rejections!

3 Inspiring Responses to Office Action from Techs where 101 Rejections are Rare

In some technology classes, subject matter eligibility rejections are par for the course, but in others, they can come as more of a surprise. Take, for example, the field of

Patent Prosecution | Bridging the Gap between Experienced and New Attorneys

Want to teach the nitty-gritty needed to write office action responses to new patent prosecution attorneys. Read on to find out if there is an easy way to do it!

5 Anti-Alice Arguments from Responses that Worked

Since the patent office first started applying it in late 2014, the case of Alice v. CLS Bank has been a persistent thorn in the side of patent attorneys, particularly

Office Action Responses | How these attorneys beat Alice Rejections in Gaming Technology?

Is there an easy way to find proven office action responses?……. Read on to find out! While the USPTO has reported that the number of, and variability in, rejections based