Juristat

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Juristat transforms public patent data into actionable analytics to help firms and in-house counsel optimize patent prosecution strategies.

Our Examiner Report analyzes past behaviors of all USPTO patent examiners to predict their future behavior. Using our reports, counsel can increase allowance rates, decrease time to allowance, and reduce costs by avoiding unnecessary and statistically inefficient and ineffective strategies, particularly when determining how to best respond to an adverse office action.

We can filter results by individual examiners, art units, assignees, application types, and claims. Furthermore, we can show changes in behavior over time. Our continually growing database includes complete image file wrappers for over 5.5 million patent applications, as well as 99% of all active art units (over 900 in total) and active examiners (over 8,000 in total).

TypePrivate
HQSt. Louis, US
Websitejuristat.com

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2019)21(-4%)

Juristat Office Locations

Juristat has an office in St. Louis
St. Louis, US (HQ)
611 N 10th St #400
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Juristat Financials and Metrics

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Juristat total Funding

$1.6 m

Juristat latest funding size

$1.20 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

Juristat investors

Juristat's latest funding round in January 2015 was reported to be $1.2 m. In total, Juristat has raised $1.6 m
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Juristat Online and Social Media Presence

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Juristat Blogs

The STRONGER Patents Act: What You Need to Know

With concern growing about the United States’ ability to remain the dominant force in the global innovation economy, the STRONGER Patents Act is intended to restore and strengthen the U.S. patent system by making it easier for patent owners to enforce their intellectual property rights.

Everything is Connected: A Patent Perspective on 5G Technology

The next big technology shakeup is on its way. With a limited rollout in 2018 leading to a much more comprehensive release in 2020, 5G is here, with increased speeds, instantaneous communication, and the ability to connect just about everything.

Which Firms and Companies Prosecute in Front of the Most Difficult Examiners? (2019)

We recently identified the ten most difficult examiners currently reviewing applications at the USPTO. Our research prompted the question: “Which firms and companies have prosecuted the most applications in front of these difficult examiners?”

The Most Difficult Examiners at the USPTO (2019)

In an update to our 2016, 2017, and 2018 lists of most difficult examiners at the USPTO, we have identified the 10 patent examiners (excluding SPEs) with the most skeptical eye toward the patent applications that cross their desks.

USPTO Extends AFCP 2.0 Pilot Program Through September 30, 2020

The USPTO has announced its intention to extend the After Final Consideration Pilot (AFCP) 2.0 program through September 30, 2020. The program had been set to expire on September 30, 2019.

Is Track One Still Worth It? Analysis Uncovers Five Key Trends

For patent applicants looking to move quickly, the USPTO's Track One program is a seemingly obvious choice. But does the program, which was instituted in 2011, still work? The answer is yes – but not like it used to.
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Juristat Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many employees does Juristat have?

    Juristat has 21 employees.

  • Who are Juristat competitors?

    Competitors of Juristat include TrademarkNow, Rightscorp and Red Points.

  • Where is Juristat headquarters?

    Juristat headquarters is located at 611 N 10th St #400, St. Louis.

  • Where are Juristat offices?

    Juristat has an office in St. Louis.

  • How many offices does Juristat have?

    Juristat has 1 office.