Increase your odds of a favorable patent prosecution.

With some effort and planning it is possible to direct a patent application to a more likely favorable Art Unit within the USPTO, which will substantially raise the odds of a favorable (and more cost-efficient) patent prosecution.

Thoughtful characterization of the invention to ensure review by a favorable technology center group is the goal.

Watch this on-demand webinar recording as panelists Gene Quinn, president and founder of IPWatchdog.com, Mark Nowotarski, founder of Markets, Patents & Alliances LLC,  and patent attorney, Megan McLoughlin, product director for LexisNexis PatentAdvisor® discuss techniques for drafting patent applications to intentionally influence assignment to a particular group of patent examiners within the USPTO.

What you’ll learn in this webinar:

FIND WHAT IS FAVORABLE
Identifying Art Units and Technology Centers with historically lower and higher allowance rates

HOW TO USE HELPFUL LISTS
Using the “keep” list of words that are likely to veer your application toward the target groups, while avoiding the “kill” list that is likely to push an application toward groups with historically lower allowance rates

UNDERSTAND THE ROLE OF CLAIMS
Understanding the role claims play in Art Unit assignment and how you can use this to your advantage

Watch the Recording

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