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25 Feb, 2022 0 Menteso Editorial Team

How is Prior Art Search for a Patent Performed?

If you are hiring a firm for getting your Prior Art Search Patent done, you will see that the researchers implement a lot of different processes to extract fruitful outcomes. Similarly, if you intend to do it yourself, you might need to undergo a li...

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Menteso IP
11 Jan, 2022 0 Menteso Editorial Team

Guide to Outsourcing Your Work For IP Professionals

As the world goes digital, no industry wants to be left out of it. Considering the kind of potentials that the digital world has to offer, we also don’t think that it is an intelligent move to miss out on such a big market. People usually consider...

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IP Docketing
11 Feb, 2021 0 Menteso Editorial Team

6 Things to Consider When Selecting A Docketing Service

Choosing the right docketing specialist isn’t a piece of cake, especially if you’re doing it for the first time. While most of the consumers demand the highest quality of services along with great professional staff, you must consider some other...

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IP Docketing
30 Sep, 2020 0 Menteso

What is IP Docketing?

Intellectual Property (IP) Docketing assists in obtaining the protection of IP. Each type of IP has to undergo the different prosecution processes and following the guidelines of the authorized officer. For e.g. the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO)...

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24 Dec, 2018 0 Menteso

Menteso IP wishes you Happy Holidays

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Informational Notice
09 Dec, 2018 0 Menteso

Informational Notice to Applicant

The Informational Notice of Applicant has document code of "M327", also referred to as miscellaneous communication. The M327 is any communication from the USPTO that does not fit into any other document code.  When a patent application is filed, th...

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Notice of Allowance
20 Nov, 2018 0 Menteso

Notice of Allowance/Notice of Allowability

The Notice of Allowance signifies that claims of a Patent Application are allowed by the examiner. Once we receive the notice of allowance, we have to pay the Issue Fees within a specified deadline to initiate the process for the grant of the Patent ...

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