Predicting Examiner Behavior

Juristat Prepares Patent Professionals for USPTO Fiscal Year Countdown

St. Louis, MO, June 6, 2024: As the end of the USPTO fiscal year looms, now is the critical time for IP professionals to implement strategies to get ahead and minimize the impact of examiner procrastination. Predicting examiner behavior is crucial to finding the shortest path to an allowance, but without the right data, you’re merely guessing.

Since its launch in 2013, Juristat’s technology has evolved into the predominant tool for predicting patent examiner behavior and optimizing business development strategies for patent attorneys. The company boasts a clientele that includes 25% of the top patent law firms, including Fish & Richardson, Knobbe Martens, and McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, as well as technology giants Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and Lenovo.

Modern IP professionals rely on Juristat Analytics to make strategic, data-driven decisions about patent prosecution. Join Tim Hellman, account executive at Juristat, Inc., and Director of Marketing Danielle Hohmeier on Thursday, June 13, at 1 p.m. CT for “Predicting Examiner Behavior: Data-Driven Strategies for Patent Success.” This webinar is ideal for firms and corporate IP leaders looking to incorporate analytics into their processes.

In this 30-minute webinar, attendees will learn:

  • Key metrics to predict examiner behavior
  • Why data-driven strategies win at the USPTO
  • How to leverage examiner procrastination, or end-loading, to your advantage
  • Practical insights and answers to frequently asked questions from our clients
  • And tackle some FAQs from Juristat users, providing practical insights and answers

Don’t miss this opportunity to overcome common challenges and enhance your patent strategy. All registrants will all receive a recording of the webinar the day after the live event.

For more information, please contact: Danielle Hohmeier, 314.655.6600 ext. 708

About Juristat, Inc:

Juristat, Inc is a data analytics and workflow automation company whose products are used by innovative law firms and companies to improve prosecution outcomes, make more strategic business decisions, and streamline the most tedious tasks associated with obtaining a patent at the USPTO.


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