How to Use Patent Analytics for Business Development

November 9, 2022

How to Use Patent Analytics for Business Development

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Law firm patent professionals are under pressure to do more with less, demonstrate their value to the business, show ROI on the expenditure they are defending and still contribute to law firm business development. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how to use patent analytics for business development.

The challenges facing patent prosecutors today include:

  • Time pressure: every patent prosecutor faces the challenge of securing high-quality patents efficiently and accurately amidst:​ tight deadlines​, limited resources​, and heightened client focus on cost versus value.​
  • Uncertainty​: Managing the expectations of clients or internal stakeholders can be challenging when you have no idea of what to expect from the examiner​.
  • Predictability​: The prosecution process is unpredictable in terms of steps​ and in terms of timing, and ultimately in terms of success. 

In this on-demand webinar our experts:

  • Discuss the major themes facing patent prosecutors today​.
  • Identify additional challenges being communicated by our customers.
  • Introduce the resources available within LexisNexis PatentAdvisor® related to law firm business development and benchmarking reports.

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