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This sample report provides the user with a mechanism to show how patents in a portfolio are analyzed and rated based on the criteria outlined below. Ultimately this tool will help provide information needed to determine patent renewal.

  • Enforceability - Likelihood that the claims can be enforced on potential commercial products and services that may be implementing the underlying technology of the patent.
  • Infringement Detectability - Likelihood of detectability of infringement from publicly available information or other means
  • Market Relevance - Commercial Scope of the patented invention
  • Cost of Evidence - Cost of procuring evidence to determine infringement
  • Priority of the invention with respect to the technology existing at the time of filing
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