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Now, you can view parallel PTAB and USDC pleadings directly in our daily Docket Report.
Docket Navigator has an exciting new feature that is now available to all patent plus users - a weekly email that summarizes every case outcome in patent cases in the USDC, PTAB and ITC from the prior week.
Docket Navigator has an exciting new feature in beta - a weekly email that summarizes every case outcome in patent cases in the USDC, PTAB and ITC from the prior week.
This chart shows the progression of a PTAB case from institution to termination, breaking down institution rates, settlement rates, Final Written Decisions (by outcome type), and much more.
This month we released our finished 2020 Year in Review PDF, as well as a refreshed and updated version of the interactive report: the Omnibus Report.
The Docket Sheet displays have been revamped to create a one-page, holistic case overview. This new overview allows users to scroll through an entire Case Docket, viewing both traditional docket entries and expandable sections for events and annotations in filings that have been processed.
2020 Year In Review Over the past year, we’ve added new analytical tools that help make our data more user friendly and interactive. To that end, we’ve built two versions of this report; an online interactive version called the Omnibus Report, and this clickable PDF. Click on buttons and charts throughout this report to open the interactive version and add or modify parameters for your own customized results. The Omnibus Report is updated in real time so you can stay current throughout the year. Download Report Explore Online Version Inside This Report Despite [...]
Patent litigation can be messy and confusing, overwhelming even to the most experienced of judges and practitioners. Docket Navigator’s case and accusation outcome model described in this report ensures the most complete and accurate reporting of litigation wins and losses possible.
We’re very excited to announce the first step in our plan to link USDC cases to their appellate counterparts!