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How the New USPTO Pre-Application Assessment Program Only Reinforces the Need for Integrated & Intelligent Patent Evaluation Software
With a steady increase in patent submission rate and added strain on the patent review and approval system, the USPTO has announced plans to launch a new pre-application review program called the “Pre-Prosecution Pilot” as part of its continuing commitment to expand access to the innovation ecosystem and support under resourced inventors.
In recent news, Apple has faced a patent infringement suit regarding the blood oxygen technology in two of its Apple Watch Series models resulting in a halt in sales of their watch models. The halt in sales comes after the International Trade Commission ruled that these two models’ use of blood oxygen tracking violated a patent from health technology company Masimo.