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Nov 23 '20 at 2:11 answer Jonah Probell timeline score: 3
Oct 28 '20 at 1:55 comment added Sudharsan Madhavan Thank you, I will ask my question there.
Oct 28 '20 at 1:47 comment added Eric S There are a lot more actual lawyers in the Law SE site. You might get a better answer there.
Oct 27 '20 at 23:17 comment added Sudharsan Madhavan @EricS I just added more information. Country: United States
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Oct 27 '20 at 23:15 comment added Eric S Can you specify the country please?
Oct 27 '20 at 21:03 comment added George White You might read a bunch of patents and via Public PAIR you can read the whole history of cases and see the written rejections and responses to rejections.
Oct 27 '20 at 20:54 comment added Sudharsan Madhavan I see. How different is patent writing or legal writing (in general) in comparison to scientific writing (for example journal articles)?
Oct 27 '20 at 20:36 comment added George White Very approximately 25% of the time. It is the prime way of accomplishing anything and making money. I often did my own searching which can be time consuming and not well remunerated or it might be more like 40%.
Oct 27 '20 at 20:16 comment added Sudharsan Madhavan I see. How much time do you spend on writing vs other activities as a patent prosecutor?
Oct 27 '20 at 19:03 comment added George White Sorry, I only have experience in patent prosecution so I have no basis for comparison. It is unlikely that many patent litigators look at this site.
Oct 27 '20 at 17:50 comment added Sudharsan Madhavan Thank you for the comment. I am currently in the final stages of my Ph.D. in engineering so I would be eligible for the patent bar. What I don't know is, how much writing will I need to do if I choose to be in prosecution vs litigation.
Oct 27 '20 at 17:26 comment added George White Not an answer to the question - and therefore a comment - to prosecute patents in the U.S., for example, one needs to have an engineering or scientific training and pass a patent bar exam. Neither are needed to engage in patent litigation.
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