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June 2021

McCoy Russell Top Patent Law Firm

McCoy Russell LLP is pleased to be recognized as one of the Top Patent Law Firms for 2021 within Patexia’s Third Annual Patent Prosecution Intelligence Report.

To come up with their rankings, Patexia analyzed and reviewed various metrics including filing activity, the pendency of applications, number of extensions requested, number of office actions, allowance rate, changes in the claim language and length of the claims in three different areas: high-tech, bio-tech, as well as overall.

While McCoy Russell’s expertise spans various areas of IP law, our success is based on our team’s significant experience and technical background in relevant technologies, as well as our portfolio management and prosecution strategy. Further, we have integrated artificial intelligence and deep learning tools, developed in-house, into our practice to further maximize our effectiveness for our clients. Our deep bench of technology specialists work with our senior attorneys to create pro-active solutions and strong applications.

Anna McCoy Once Again Recognized as Leading Lawyer

Anna McCoy, Founding Partner at McCoy Russell, has yet again been recognized as a leading lawyer in intellectual property in Chambers USA 2021. She is renowned for her international trademark practice and highly regarded for her patent prosecution practice.

Chambers notes an excerpt from their research stating, “… Anna provides an excellent level of service, helping us successfully address significant queries from the patent office, and I would strongly recommend her.” “She handles significant portfolios and is a considerable player in the market.”

We are pleased that Anna continues to be recognized for her passion and dedication within intellectual property law. Her vision continues take McCoy Russell’s legal practice to new heights.

McCoy Russell Receives Full Reversal

McCoy Russell has received another full reversal in USPTO Tech Center 1700. Our client’s patent application relates to the fields of Chemical and Materials Engineering, and in particular to lithium transition metal phosphate materials for batteries. Our team presented arguments disputing claims of obviousness by the Patent Office and was successful in completely reversing all grounds of rejection. Read the details of Appeal 2020-004082.