How can I download multiple PDFs in bulk?

TRAINING TIP #21 Your Content Goes Here STEP ONE Select the PDFs you wish to download by checking the small checkbox on the documents icon. OR Select all PDFs by clicking the box at the top of the column. STEP TWO Click OPTIONS at the top of the results, then click Download Selected. STEP THREE To get to your Downloads page, click the Navigation Icon in the top right [...]

2021-03-30T12:02:12-06:00August 31, 2020|Trademark Training Tip Archive, Training|

How can I upload a long list of parties as a filter?

TRAINING TIP #22 Your Content Goes Here STEP ONE You can upload a list of parties by clicking the little arrow at the top of the Parties box when running a Cases search. STEP TWO Once you click the arrow, you’ll be prompted to choose a file from your local drive to upload. STEP THREE You’ll see confirmation of how many parties were recognized in your list. Click SAVE to confirm. STEP FOUR Click VIEW [...]

2021-03-30T12:02:23-06:00August 31, 2020|Trademark Training Tip Archive, Training|

What is a “posture of motion” filter and how is it useful?

TRAINING TIP #24 Your Content Goes Here Knowing what a “posture of motion” is and how it affects your search results is a game changer for any legal researcher. This knowledge is especially crucial when creating statistics, like in Motion Success charts. For example, if you create a chart that shows the grant rate of motions for permanent injunction, but don’t specify a posture of motion, there is no way to know if the statistics were based on motions that the parties agreed to, or disputed. This is critical because typically if the parties [...]

2021-03-30T12:03:00-06:00August 31, 2020|Trademark Training Tip Archive, Training|

What are legal issues and when should I use them as a filter?

TRAINING TIP #26 Your Content Goes Here Legal Issues are tagged to rulings with discussions or substantive analysis by the court on a very specific topic or area of law. For example, if you wanted to find courts’ analysis of transfer of venue for convenience, you could search documents filtered by the Legal Issue “Transfer of Venue for Convenience.” The results would be all rulings in which the court shared some insight into how they were interpreting that specific area of law. However, not every order transferring venue contains [...]

2021-03-30T12:03:27-06:00August 27, 2020|Trademark Training Tip Archive, Training|

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.

2021-03-30T14:03:17-06:00August 25, 2020|Patent 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 [...]

2021-03-30T14:03:34-06:00August 25, 2020|Patent 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.

2021-03-30T14:03:56-06:00August 25, 2020|Patent Training Tip Archive, Training|
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