The proliferation of data analytics tools has changed the way that patent practitioners approach their work.

Many new features offered in these tools have greatly enhanced patent practice. In this article published in Law360, Eric Snustad, shareholder at Fredrikson & Byron PA, outlines five examples of how applicants and their attorneys can improve day-to-day patent strategy using the latest data analytics tools.

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