… and so is our approach.
Invalidation searches should be focused against Claim Elements, and we understand:
- That the aim of such studies is to find prior art that maps onto individual claim elements
- The Jurisdictional differences in Law regarding, what constitutes a prior art
- The importance of using Multi-Pronged lateral search strategies for Comprehensiveness
- That analyzing more patents is not exhaustive searching, but exploring multiple directions in an iterative manner yields important results
- That invalidation with respect to U.S.C 102 is not the only way a patent could be invalidated and keep an eye on possibilities with respect to U.S.C 101, 35 USC § §1 et seq., U.S.C 103
- The importance of comprehensive coverage of Non-Patent literature and Unconventional sources
- That our job is to provide as many facts as possible that can help a client in court; apart from Novelty destroying references
- The kind of decision to be taken using our reports, therefore we present:
a clear illustrative textual mapping and
analyst comments on similarities and dissimilarities to each identified prior art.