Patent Analytics Series Comes to a Close with Final Episodes 

Patent Analytics Series Comes to a Close with Final Episodes 

In July, our team presented the last two episodes of the Patent Analytics webinar series. This series was an eight-part boot camp on driving performance with IP data and analytics. Episodes 07 and 08 wrapped up the series by discussing dashboards and patent prosecution history reports.

Episode 07: Using a Patent Analytics Dashboard for IP Strategy, Competitor Surveillance, and Portfolio Management 

The seventh episode of the series took place on July 9. Janal Kalis, Mark Stignani and I were joined by Thomas Marlow of Black Hills IP. We discussed such topics as high level insights for portfolio management; best practices for outside counsel management; fast competitive benchmarking; extraction of strategic insights/business actions; and an overview of dashboard tool sets.

Episode 08: Using Patent Prosecution History Reports to Increase Prosecution Efficiency and Avoid Unintended Estoppel

Janal Kalis, Mark Stignani and Peter Rebuffoni and I presented this final episode on July 23. One of the most daunting tasks of any patent prosecution team is staying on top of the file histories for patent family members completed or in flight around the world or previously prosecuted. In this webinar, we discussed best practices for tracking and organizing this information so it can be readily accessed and used to avoid inconsistent file wrapper arguments and reuse previously successful arguments in other applications.

All Episodes Available Online 

If you missed any of the episodes of the Patent Analytics series, you can check them out online; they are posted on Schwegman’s SLW Institute.

Let me take this opportunity to thank everyone who joined us for this series: We appreciate all of our speakers, and the attendees who were so kind as to give us their time.  It was good to gather with you – at least electronically – and discuss topics that give us energy and can help move our industry forward.

 

 

 

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