Patentcloud patent page provides a variety of useful information, including:
View basic information of the patent such as Title, Abstract, Legal Status, Quality and Value (PS Advanced users only), Bibliography, Figures, Claims, and Specification.
Following EPO’s definition, a simple family covers a single invention and members have exactly the same priorities.
Under the List view , you can use the Search bar to narrow down results. Switch to the Tree view to visualize patent jurisdictions and application timeline of family members. The highlighted patent pertains to the patent page currently in view.
Click on the Filters icon to narrow down results by patent office and application date. Define the patent data fields you want to be displayed by clicking on Settings .
Click on the Expandto use a larger portion of the screen. To download as a JPG image, set the view (zoomed in or zoomed out) you want to get before clicking on Download . Whatever part or area is shown on screen, it will reflect on the downloaded image. Users can use either the zoom in and zoom out controls on the upper right corner or your own computer’s zoom shortcuts.
The view also shows the Earliest Priority mapping so users can quickly see the relationship among family members. In the example below, clicking on the Croatian patent will show blue arrow connectors from US7125563 (claiming priority) and WO2003/086364 (PCT application). These arrow connectors also appear in the JPG image when downloaded.
Hover your mouse over a patent to see its title, legal status, abstract, bibliography, and figure. Click on the resulting display to open its patent page in a new tab.
Following EPO’s definition, an extended family covers similar technical content and members have at least one priority in common with at least one other member (directly or indirectly).
This tab has the same features as Simple Family.
A citation is a reference to a previous work (prior art) that is considered relevant to a current patent application. There are two different types of citations: backward and forward citations. Backward citations are patents that are cited by a specific patent and forward citations are subsequent patents that cite that specific patent.
You can filter out citations by examiner by using the Search bar to look for *.
This tab provides Application (PAIR) data, Assignment Data, Fee Status, Patent Term Adjustment (PAIR), Prosecution History records, and INPADOC Legal Status.
View any US patent’s involvement in District Court, ITC, PTAB, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and Supreme Court cases.
Case records are updated every day from PTAB Open API and authorized sources. Data coverage for each jurisdiction is as follows:
Standard essential patents (SEPs) with 3GPP specifications published by ETSI have a dedicated SEP Declarations tab.
It shows the ISLD number, specifications and spec title, tech body, release number, radio tech, and the declaring company.
For a complete and interactive SEP database, get your free trial access here.
View and download or print the PTO document in PDF format in this tab.