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EPO publication date

You should use the date of the A1 or A2 publication for the earliest publication date of the subject-matter (of the application). (If you want to know about the granted patent please clarify.) A1 is a ...
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Where to get patent litigation dockets?

There is PACER, but it's not free. And there is search.rpxcorp.com (used to be free) - patent litigation search. You 'll just need to register an account for that.
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How to download a granted Russian patent?

First, choose a right category for the patent document to be downloaded (patent or patent application, invention or utility model, etc.) Second, put a registration number into the search field (number ...
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Where to do download patents data?

You can download bulk patent data from USPTO: Bulk Data Storage System. Look for Patent Grant Full Text Data. Google used to collect patent data and provide bulk download, but they discontinued the ...
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Where can I find all the reference documentation for a PCT?

For the first part of the question, namely the international phase, you have most of the communications available at PatentScope, tab 'Documents' once you are in the file of a particular PCT. ...
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Who gets a "patent grant cover" from the USPTO?

Yes, they get sent to the assignee. It is just a card stock cover stapled to the same patent you can print out online. It does have a cool ribbon glued to it and is sometimes called the "ribboned ...
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Can I sell the original paperwork for a historically significant US patent?

Might it be worth anything? It's probably not worth a whole lot. According to my searches, John W. Cuthbert is not notable enough to have a Wikipedia article about him, nor are his contributions to ...
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