Does a high number of non-final office actions indicate a attorney is inexperienced or intentionally dragging on the timeline to make more money?
What is "high?" :Is there anyway to figure out how many office-actions it should take before something is granted?
Is the number of office actions an attorney receives a measure of how good the attorney is?
Competent attorneys would be able to do things right the first time and avoid mistakes that lead to office actions?