Analytics for Patent Evaluation & Prosecution: Marrying Effectiveness with Efficiency (RECORDING)
Recorded On: 12/09/2022
Effectiveness means getting the right answer. Efficiency is getting results quicker. A patent practitioner should strive to be both effective and efficient – as those two concepts are complimentary. In other words, getting the right result but taking a long time is not ideal. And, certainly, doing a task quickly but arriving at the wrong answer is unacceptable. And this is where the right analytics can make a huge difference – as analytics are designed to enable a practitioner to get the correct result quickly. Analytics have already made an impact in other professions (e.g. sports) as well as in some areas of the legal profession. Accordingly, today’s patent practitioner should become knowledgeable about how analytics can assist his/her practice – as well as his/her client or employer. This presentation will focus on just a few ways that analytics are helping patent practitioners become both more efficient and more effective – and do so in the context of practitioners’ ethical responsibility to be knowledgeable about the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology.
*This webinar is sponsored by LexisNexis *IPO will apply for CLE Ethics credit for this course
Client Relations Consultant
As a Client Relations Consultant, David Dilenschneider not only monitors the legal industry to identify trends and potential future developments but also consults with firms and corporations across the country to discuss their challenges and needs. David is a nationally-known speaker who has conducted over 2,800 presentations to over tens of thousands of attendees across the country – including presentations to almost every firm in the Am Law 100. David has also presented at programs offered by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and has served as a speaker or moderator at prominent legal-education conferences, at bar association meetings, and at law schools. Internationally, David spoke on the topic of the Democratization of Knowledge and the Role of Electronic Legal Research at a conference held at the National Law University, Delhi (India). He also writes frequently about the utilization of electronic resources in the practice of law.