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We thought we were going to discuss Intel's Blockbuster Patent Auction, which was put on hold to negotiate with an unidentified purchaser. It turned out that unidentified purchaser was Apple. And it has subsequently been reported that Apple will purchase Intel assets for $1 billion. But the show will go on!
Join IPWatchdog publisher and founderGene Quinnon Tuesday, July 30, at 12 P.M. ET for a wide-ranging conversation relating to Apple's blockbuster purchase of Intel assets. What will this do to the 5G landscape? What does this mean for Apple's position in the marketplace? What does this mean for the likes of Ericsson, Nokia, Huawei, Qualcomm and others?
Given the size and rapid growth of the US Patent Office—from ~3,000 examiners in 2000 to over 8,000 examiners in 2018—it’s no surprise that different patent examination styles have produced significant outcome variability in prosecution outcomes. Examiner statistics reflecting this variability are popping up everywhere, but how can you actually use this data to improve your practice?
In this webinar, we will give you five, easy-to-implement tips for incorporating data into your workflow.
You will also learn: how using examiner statistics can improve prosecution outcomes; why some of the most common examiner metrics can be misleading; and ways you can get up-to-date with current prosecution practices