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Name A Study of Patent Mortality Rates: Using Statistical Survival Analysis to Rate and Value Patent Assets
Cite 30 AIPLA Q.J. 317
Year 2002
Bluebook cite Jonathan A. Barney, A Study of Patent Mortality Rates: Using Statistical Survival Analysis to Rate and Value Patent Assets, 30 AIPLA Q.J. 317 (2002).
Author Jonathan A. Barney
URL 30 AIPLAQJ 317
Item Type article
Summary “This article describes a purely objective approach for comparatively rating and valuing patents based on reported abandonment rates of patents sharing statistically similar attributes. The article presents two main concepts: (1) patent value can be accurately estimated on a macro scale using a statistical survival analysis of United States Patent and Trademark Office (“PTO”) maintenance fee records and (2) individual patent assets can be comparatively ranked or rated based on objective characteristics, or “metrics,” statistically linked to either high or low maintenance rates.” Id. at 320.
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