News & Updates From Docket Navigator

Paice LLC v. BMW Patent Litigation: An Overview

Inquartik recently published a case-study of auto-maker BMW’s defensive strategy against claims that it infringed patents that disclosed high-voltage technology intended to improve the efficiency of gasoline-electric hybrid powertrains.  Using Docket Navigator and Quality Insights (QI), a trail between the district court cases and the PTAB is clearly visible, and the prior art references revealed through QI’s patent validity analysis are key components in successfully challenging the patents at issue.  View the full article here.

2020-10-21T17:54:31+00:00October 21st, 2020|Announcements, Featured|

InQuartik Corporation to Partner With Docket Navigator to Provide On-Platform Patent Analysis Capabilities

The alliance will allow Docket Navigator’s users to access comprehensive patent validity reports. The new function will be integrated natively in Docket Navigator’s interface, centralizing patent litigation work under one roof. Users will be able to gather helpful information about the patents’ quality, aiding potential defense strategies, or patent invalidity actions. Taipei, TW/Austin, TX | Aug 27, 2020 — ​InQuartik Corporation​, a global leader in providing patent analytics and solutions backed by timely and complete patent data, announced today that it has signed a cooperative agreement with ​Docket Navigator​, the most comprehensive patent litigation database available, to [...]

2020-09-03T18:58:06+00:00September 3rd, 2020|Announcements, Featured|

Analysis of Patent Litigation in the Western District of Texas

Analysis of Patent Litigation in the Western District of Texas A look at how Judge Albright is changing the patent litigation landscape. Download Report Inside This Report Since Judge Alan D. Albright was confirmed to the Western District of Texas in 2018, the number of patent infringement complaints filed in the court has surged, putting an end to Delaware's stint as the nation’s most popular patent litigation forum. Judge Albright has indicated that he intends to greatly expand the court’s patent litigation activity. Explanations for the increase in activity in some ways resemble the [...]

2020-09-03T18:18:09+00:00September 2nd, 2020|Special Reports|

How do I set up an alert on new docket entries (filings) in specific cases?

TRAINING TIP #2 Your Content Goes Here STEP ONE Click Docket Sheets on the Search page. STEP TWO Enter your case number(s) in the Case Numbers filter box, then select the case(s) you’re interested in the drop-down list. STEP THREE Once you have all your cases selected, click Create Alert in the top right of the page, and follow the prompts.

2020-09-01T19:18:31+00:00September 1st, 2020|Trademark Training Tip Archive, Training|

How can I find all rulings on specific types of motions?

TRAINING TIP #3 Your Content Goes Here STEP ONE Click Search for Documents on the Search page. STEP TWO Click ‘add from tree’ under Type of Document in the Document Types box. STEP THREE Find your motion type in the tree. You can search for it in the search box at the top of the tree if you prefer. Click Save at the bottom of the box to set the filter. STEP FOUR If desired, choose additional filters such as [...]

2020-09-01T19:15:55+00:00September 1st, 2020|Trademark Training Tip Archive, Training|

How can I convert a list of rulings into statistics that show how often they are granted or denied?

TRAINING TIP #4 Your Content Goes Here STEP ONE When viewing a list of rulings in a Documents search, click OPTIONS, then click Open Analytics. STEP TWO Select the box next to Motion Success and click OPEN TABS. STEP THREE You will then have a new tab in your Table of Contents containing a Motion Success chart based on the same filters you used in your list of rulings.

2020-09-01T19:12:27+00:00September 1st, 2020|Trademark Training Tip Archive, Training|

How can I save my results to a PDF?

TRAINING TIP #5 Your Content Goes Here STEP ONE In the tab of results you want to save, click PRINT at the top of the results pane. STEP TWO Click PRINT in the top right of the page. STEP THREE Click the drop-down next to Destination and select Save as PDF. STEP FOUR Click Save. STEP FIVE Using the PRINT button at the top of a results pane will [...]

2020-09-01T19:01:01+00:00September 1st, 2020|Trademark Training Tip Archive, Training|
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