Patent Analysis Tools That Increase Your Prosecution Efficiency
LexisNexis PatentAdvisor® allows you to easily, and with more accuracy than ever, predict your assigned examiner’s behavior through detailed patent analysis so that you know how to adjust your prosecution strategy accordingly.
Craft a more effective, systematic prosecution strategy with comprehensive patent analysis tools based on the context of the entire USPTO. Understand why certain patent applications take longer than others to reach allowance—then use that knowledge to devise better strategies and manage resources.
- Reliable, exclusive metrics beyond allowance rates
- A proprietary approach to data harmonization that ensures the highest level of accuracy and fairness
- The most complete process in normalization of examiner, law firm and corporation names that enable you the most comprehensive accurate patent analysis.
The PatentAdvisor Smart Detection System™ is a proprietary model that utilizes artificial intelligence to determine which law firm should be assigned to an application. It gathers data from multiple sources within the PAIR record including response documents. Using response documents allows PatentAdvisor to be significantly more accurate.
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This visual representation shows you the exact likelihood of being assigned to a specific type of examiner. With LexisNexis PathWays™, you can use this information to target the most favorable tech center group for your application.
Access the most robust patent application details available anywhere—including examiner timeline, examiner’s ETA, and the average time and number of office actions to allowance.
This easy-to-use search system provides access to a comprehensive full-text database of substantive prosecution documents across the IP lifecycle, including published office actions, responses, and claim sets.
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.