Analyze the number of allowed, abandoned, and pending applications before the examiner to assure confidence in our data set.
See a textual summary of the examiner’s behavior for easy inclusion in memoranda or client correspondence.
Understand the likelihood of success on appeal and instantly access prior briefs that have defeated your examiner.
While most prosecutors respond to a rejection with an RCE, our data can show whether an interview or appeal may be better.
Discern whether your examiner prefers interview to RCEs to save precious time and money in your application.
We provide you with accurate estimates of your time to first examination and allowance, plus the additional time for specific office actions.
Better predict the probability of your application getting allowed or rejected with one simple figure.
Be able to tell your client the number of claims you can expect to lose between publishing and allowance.
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Academics use our tools for cutting-edge research into the patent system.
Everyday attorneys and agents at solo firms and NLJ 250 firms are logging on to Juristat to determine the statistically best response to an adverse office action and to instantly access successful appellate briefs. Our tools improve client outcomes, help manage client expectations, maximize profitability in both hourly and flat fee arrangements, and ease business development efforts.
In-house Counsels use Juristat tools to easily manage their portfolio, ensure outside counsel make statistically sound prosecution decisions, improve budget and timing estimates while reducing costs and increasing allowance rates.
Chief Financial Officers use Juristat to reduce legal spends, while improving outcomes. Juristat can identify and correct inefficient office practices over the past few years. For example, we can determine how frequently the company filed a Request for Continued Examination (“RCE”) when an interview had a higher mathematical chance of success and a lower cost.
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