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Analyzing a patent for errors can be the most important and murky process an IP professional performs....

...IPS has the flashlight to clarify this process

Pre-Issuance Analysis

Specification Analysis allows the user to look at the specifications of a specific patent and find logical errors within the specification. This is done through our patented parsing algorithm that can analyze all aspects of the specification in seconds, displays its findings in an easy to read layout, and allows the IP professional to make adjustments as necessary.
The Specification Analysis produces reports that show statistics about the elements in the patent, the parts listed in the patent, omitted words, and omitted terms (below).
Claim Analysis allows the user to look at the claim section of a specific patent and find logical and antecedent basis errors. This can be a tedious process in long and complex patents with many dependant claims. Again, our parsing algorithm analyzes the claims of a patent in seconds and displays the results in a clear and concise manner (below).
The Claim Analysis shows all elements in the claim with a claim tree. It shows unique elements and elements with antecedent basis and the issues with both.
All findings from IP Steward can be output to our clear and easy to read reports:

Post-Issuance Analysis

Post-Issuance Analysis allows you to analyze the patent for errors after issuance. This is useful in detecting errors made in the filing process or at the patent office.
These analysis techniques have proven time and again to save both an IP firm’s and their clients’ money in the following ways:
  1. Reducing the man hours spent working on the patent.
  2. Minimizing potentially costly errors in the patent.
  3. Reducing disastrous and costly litigation defending the patent.

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