Patent database and analytical solutions provider IFI Claims has published a report based on an analysis of 2014 US Patent and Trademark Office data. In addition to highlighting notable trends in the granted U.S utility patents, the company has also released a list of the 50 companies that received the highest number of patent grants in the year 2014 by the USPTO. Get the lowdown on the report after the break!
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The patent information industry is a swift and deep river of information. There’s so much new info every day that one needs to come up with a plan just to stay abreast of the state of the profession. On the other hand, each distinct topic and subtopic could be delved into for days to years at a time. Consider Alien Property Custodian documents or F-Index/F-Terms — both subjects that are steeped in patent history and varying degrees of present-day relevance that can help one understand this industry.
With that in mind, in addition to Intellogist, it helps to have a variety of current awareness sources at hand with which to better navigate this information river.
Today I’ll be telling you a little bit about the Patent Information News publication from the European Patent Office (EPO). I’ll tell you what it comprises and why you should be following this free information source. Read on as we examine the Patent Information News!
This week has yielded some interesting discoveries for me as I’ve been combing the industry for Intellogist-worthy news. My hot list for the week includes national patent office websites, an update on Zotero and the best of World Patent Information!
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