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Case Study US Patents and Trademarks Office


So you'd like to know how LexiClone works.

We have set up a live demonstration for you. In essence, you are comparing and contrasting a typical search technology with LexiClone. Let us assume you are a patent lawyer researching existing patents with the goal to register a new search technology - LexiClone.

So let's get going.

To perform that search the old fashioned way, please click here - U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Patent Full-Text and Full-Page Image Databases . You should be seeing a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Database home page appear in a new window. If that didn't work, please open a new browser window and go to http://appft1.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-adv.html .

Click on advanced search, and type in the following phrase: "Internet and Language and Search and Engines."

Press Enter.

Unless U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Database has been changed since the spring of 2002 when we have developed this case study, you should get 681 results on 12 pages.

Here are these 12 pages of the output list:
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To see full texts of the downloaded from U.S. Patent and Trademark Office documents please click Here

To figure out how these results relate to your search, you should open them up one by one and read provided patents.

Based on your analysis you will make a decision as to whether the invention you are trying to patent is indeed worthy of a new patent. This manual process normally would cost around $1,500 in attorney fees and is called "patents search".

Typically, attorneys seek to streamline such patent searches by using services like Lexis-Nexis, which offers searchable legal documents and news - for about $10,000 a month subscription fee. Most law firms find paying these fees a necessity since advantages of being able to navigate through the sea of legal papers at a drop of a hat with any kind of a search technology is priceless.

Now imaging having the power of a search surpassing that of Lexis Nexis within your organization, aimed at your own document archive.

We have downloaded the same 681 patents that you got from the Web site search into LexiClone database to give you a sense of what our technology can do for you: in this instance LexiClone actually sorts through results from U.S. Patent and Trademark Office instead of creating its own database (for efficiency sake.) Click here to search for the patents



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