Posted on April 16, 2014 by jmornini
Landon IP is now offering for a limited time a free Prosecution Summary and Claims Comparison Report with every US patent file history order! See a sample of the Claims Comparison Report here. Request the Comparison Report next time you need a patent file history, and receive these indispensable tools within a single convenient Microsoft Excel spreadsheet:
- Claims Comparison: This table shows all changes to the text of every claim from application through patent grant, with a marked-up comparison between each version of the claim.
- Evolved Claim®: A view of each patent claim that quickly summarizes how they evolved during prosecution, and in what paper each change was made.
- Claims Tree: An easy-to-read chart visualizing the dependencies of all patent claims.
- Prosecution Summary: A simple summary of key bibliographic data about the patent, including a summary of how the claims changed within each paper of the file.
Continue reading for an in-depth look at each of these tools within the free Report, and see how you can use them to analyze the file history and claims to support legal opinions, infringement analysis, Markman hearings, and more!
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Posted on February 19, 2013 by jmornini
Professional patent searchers will often need to search for both patent and non-patent literature (NPL) prior art on a global scale during an exhaustive validity search. Multilingual search capabilities, access to a wide range of both free and subscription patent and NPL databases, and the knowledge and skill to thoroughly search these systems are all necessary components for a successful global prior art search. Patent search provider Landon IP offers the most thorough global prior art searches available, thanks to a team of highly skilled multilingual patent search professionals who can skillfully utilize a range of patent and non-patent literature search systems from around the world. The in-depth search system information available through Intellogist provides a glimpse into the global prior art search resources which Landon IP searchers utilize on a daily basis.
For example, today we’ll take a quick look at a free resource listed on Intellogist called e-Patentes, which can be used to locate PDF copies of Brazilian patent documents, as well as the search reports and file history papers related to these Brazilian patent records.
Read on to learn about e-Patentes, one of many global patent search resources described on Intellogist!
Filed under: Patent Search News, Patent Search Systems, Search Tips and Tricks | Tagged: Brazilian Patents, Free, Patent file history, patent PDFs, search reports | Leave a comment »
Posted on August 30, 2011 by jmornini
We’ve already looked at some of the innovative features of Patent Workbench™ , a new productivity tool created by Landon IP. The Intellogist Blog team was lucky enough to score an interview with George Shreck, the product manager for Patent Workbench™. George told us about the process used to develop this breakthrough service, including how customer feedback helped to shape the main features of Patent Workbench™.
Continue reading to learn how the input of patent attorneys shaped the development of Patent Workbench™!
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