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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.
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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.
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Under the current Public Dissemination of Data (PDD) no-cost contract (expires April 13, 2020), Reed Tech crawls the USPTO Public PAIR (Patent Application Information Retrieval) website for patent documents, including Content Management System (CMS) PDF images (formerly the Image File Wrappers (IFW) PDF images). This daily crawl is for five hours each night and retrieves both already-submitted documents and new documents as the USPTO makes them publicly available. Except for repackaging into zip files, these documents are hosted by Reed Tech unchanged. A single zip file is created for each patent application. There is detailed documentation about the format as well as the overview below. How to access PAIR data: To access a particular zipfile, replace APP_NUM in the following URL with an application number of interest: http://patents.reedtech.com/downloads/pair/APP_NUM.zip For example: http://patents.reedtech.com/downloads/pair/12102391.zip Over 7,624,417 applications are available. Additional applications will be added regularly as the crawl progresses. Overview of zipfile contents: Each zipfile contains the following: •A README.txt file which indicates when the data was obtained. •Data files (*.tsv), in tab-delimited text format, compatible with many spreadsheet programs. Each data file represents one tab from the PAIR interface: Address and Attorney/Agent, Application Data, Continuity Data, Foreign Priority, Image File Wrapper, Patent Term Adjustments / Extension History, Transaction History. ◦Data tables from the PAIR interface are organized in one of two ways: 1. Labels in the first column. (Example: Application Data tab.) The second column contains the corresponding value (example: Application number and 12/102,391). 2. Labels in the first row. (Example: Transaction History tab, with labels such as Date and Transaction Description.) Each subsequent row contains the corresponding values for one data item. (In the example, each row represents a single transaction.) ◦Some *.tsv files contain more than one table, separated by a blank line. ◦The Image File Wrapper data file is put in a separate directory along with the additional content that it links to. An extra Filename column is added to the *.tsv file to indicate the appropriate file for each item. •Image files (*.pdf), in Adobe PDF format. This data is only available for patent applications which have an Image File Wrapper tab on the USPTO PAIR site. Disclaimer: No guarantees are made with respect to the completeness or accuracy of this data. In particular, the crawl may discover and retrieve additional documents over time, even for applications submitted long ago. Please visit the USPTO PAIR site for official, current, and complete information: https://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair (uses reCAPTCHA)
Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) Master Classification File (MCF) for U.S. Patent Grants (1790 - Present)uspto.data.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-10T15:59:18.000Z
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).