Patent Examiner Statistics: PatentAdvisor ETA™
Now you can easily, and with more accuracy than ever, predict your assigned examiner’s behavior. With variability at every level of the USPTO, use ETA to visually see how efficient or inefficient your assigned examiner works and tailor your prosecution strategy accordingly.
Includes all pending applications
Factors in how long the examiner has been at the Patent Office
Is driven by the examiner’s behaviors, not by the filer’s actions
ETA is a PatentAdvisor™ exclusive metric that is based on a proprietary algorithm that measures how an examiner behaves. It is a predictive indicator of prosecution length that can easily identify cases that require extra care and a carefully crafted prosecution strategy. Know when to build your strongest approach and when to appeal.
With ETA, LexisNexis IP helps our customers better understand their length of prosecution or anticipated number of office actions. All so you can expedite your success.
Instantly Identify Your Favorability with Color Coding
Red = ETA of 6+, indicating a high likelihood of long prosecution length. The examiner may have less experience, grant less than 15 applications per year on average, or have a high backlog of pending cases.
Yellow = ETA of 2.6-5.9, indicating mediocre prosecution length. The examiner has average experience and grants between 15-150 applications per year, on average.
Green = ETA of .1-2.5, indicating high likelihood of a short prosecution length. The examiner has lots of experience and grants over 150 applications per year, on average.
Get to know your examiner better with more context and a deeper understanding of your examiner’s behavior than ever available before.
With your free trial, you will gain instant access to:
Examiner Search allows you to search by examiner name for a filterable, examiner specific dashboard of patent analytics, including rejection specific statistics, appeal statistics, prosecution statistics, interview statistics, a backlog of RCEs and timeline.
QuickPair easily replaces the USPTO Public PAIR by providing the most robust application details anywhere, including examiner timeline, examiner allowance rate and the average time and number of office actions to allowance.
PatentAdvisor, the first-ever data-driven patent strategy tool, provides a systemic approach to crafting an effective prosecution strategy. Understand why certain patent applications take longer than others to reach allowance—then use that knowledge to devise better patent prosecution strategies.