I read in this answer by George White:

But, taking the question literally, no, there is not an easy way to see the applications filed by a particular registered practitioner. It is buried in the complete public record of each case but not on the face of the document that is searched. In patent work we do take things literally. Not every application turns into an issued patent.

How can I access the complete public record of a USPTO patent?

1 Answer 1


I always used the US Public Pair, but that is being discontinued. It is being replaced with USPTO Patent Center. You can search by application number, patent number, PCT number, publication number or international design registration number. Documents related to the case are pretty easily accessed from there.

You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .