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Statuses are also monitored and updated. 'Extended Patent Family Equivalents' are equivalent patents found through the INPADOC database, increasing the search coverage to 70 countries.

Patent and national register access:Clicking on a listed patent/application number or text or image link will launch a pop-up window containing an image of the patent, enabling easy analysis of the patent documents. Clicking on a register link launches a pop-up window with the patent office register extract for that patent. This allows investigation into the examination status of a pending patent, opposition of a granted patent and/or payment of maintenance fees. Please note that no extra charges apply to accessing or downloading documents of any kind.

Litigation alerts:Informing you of developments in court, litigation alerts can also be accessed by clicking on the litigation symbol next to the status, with links to judgements where available.

Updating:To take the time and hassle out of monitoring and updating a large number of patents, all Pipeline Developer reporting is updated on a monthly basis. Convenient change flags identify new patent families, new patent family members, changes in statuses and litigation alerts.

Legal status and transaction history:You can also find legal status and transaction history for 'Extended Patent Family Equivalents' by clicking on the INPADOC Family/Legal Status button for 65 additional territories.

Reporting and access:All data can be exported into Microsoft Excel and print friendly versions for ease of data manipulation and reporting. Company details are confidential and all data is SSL secure. Five users per company are permitted and access levels are controlled by a nominated 'company administrator'.

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