- API uspto.data.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-25T19:53:05.000Z
Registered patent practitioners are individuals who have passed the USPTO's registration exam and met the qualifications to represent patent applicants before the USPTO. Trademark practitioners are attorneys who are active members in good standing of the bar of the highest court of any State. NOTE: Because Trademark attorneys need not apply for registration to practice trademark law before the USPTO, the USPTO does not maintain a roster of trademark attorneys. The names of attorneys who specialize in trademark law may be found in the telephone yellow pages, or by contacting a local bar association. Most state bar websites offer a searchable online registry of their attorneys, and many bar associations operate attorney referral service programs.
- API uspto.data.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-25T19:44:42.000Z
The Enriched Citation API provides the IP5 (EPO, JPO, KIPO, CNIPA, and USPTO) and the Public with greater insight into the patent evaluation process. It allows users to quickly view information about which references, or prior art, were cited in specific patent application Office Actions, including: bibliographic information of the reference, the claims that the prior art was cited against, and the relevant sections that the examiner relied upon.
- API uspto.data.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-25T19:50:25.000Z
Contains detailed information derived from the Office Actions issued by patent examiners to applicants during the patent examination process. The “Office Action” is a written notification to the applicant of the examiner’s decision on patentability. It generally discloses the reasons for any rejections, objections, or requirements and includes relevant information or references that the applicant may find useful for responding to the examiner and deciding whether to continue prosecuting the application. This API allows for daily refresh and retrieval of citation data from Office Actions mailed from June 1, 2018 to 180 days prior to the current date. It uses information derived from citations referenced on the Form PTO-892, Form PTO-1449, and text of Office Actions.
- API uspto.data.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-25T20:36:56.000Z
Use this API to search the Chief Economist (OCE) Patent Litigation Cases.
Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) Master Classification File (MCF) for U.S. Patent Grants (1790 - Present)uspto.data.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-25T19:42:42.000Z
Contains Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) classification information for all Utility patent grants issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) from 1790 to present. It is available as XML with schemas or text monthly (usually by the 15th of the month).
- API uspto.data.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-06-25T19:52:28.000Z
Contains detailed information on claims from U.S. patents granted between January 1976 and December 2014 and U.S. patent applications published between March 15, 2001 and December 2014. The dataset is derived from the Patent Grant Full Text and Patent Application Full Text bulk data files. The Office of Chief Economist (OCE) applied a Python algorithm to identify individual claims as well as the dependency relationship between claims. From the parsed claims text, OCE created six data files containing individually-parsed claims, claim-level statistics, and document-level statistics, including newly-developed measures of patent scope.