5 Mistakes a Patent Researcher Should Avoid – Report
Patent research is a tough business. It not only requires high technical and engineering expertise but also creativity and perseverance while executing a patent search. Each prior art search literally requires screening through thousands of relevant documents to locate a relevant prior art, all of which would look similar to a normal eye.
In my experience, as a patent analyst, I would like to share mistakes that a researcher should be aware of:
- Deducing “What to find” (Misinterpretation of Subject Matter/Novelty)
- Not Checking Videos/Blogs/E-commerce websites (Under-rating Non-patent literature)
- Overcoming Machine Translations (No strategy to tap machine-translated Foreign art.
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These are the five areas where, if a patent analyst hones his skills, he could do his job more efficiently, quickly, and receive more positive client feedback.
Happy Patent Searching.
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5 Mistakes a Patent Researcher Should Avoid
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