ClaimMaster includes several patent proofreading tools for checking claims in a patent document for various antecedent basis (“AB”) issues, such as missing or ambiguous antecedents, and other types of related inconsistencies. For more information on this
Once in a while, ClaimMaster will not correctly identify the claim region or claim dependencies in the Word document, which could interfere with claim parsing or lead to false positives during error checking. These claim
Sometimes all you have is an application number, but don’t know the corresponding publication number to get the PDF of the patent/application. We have a patent downloading tool for that. Specifically, ClaimMaster lets you quickly
ClaimMaster lets you to customize antecedent parsing rules. This may be needed, as ClaimMaster might occasionally make a mistake when grouping terms, which may result in falsely reported or unreported missing antecedents.
ClaimMaster can check whether acronyms are properly defined and used in your documents. Specifically, you can use ClaimMaster to determine whether acronyms are either (1) not defined or (2) used before being defined.
With a library of helpful patent application drafting tools, ClaimMaster makes it easy to add part numbers to the claims, as is often done when for converting US claims for EPO filings. In addition, ClaimMaster
As part of patent proofreading tools library, ClaimMaster provides several handy tools for proofreading/reviewing figures. These tools let you view the names of the parts used in the figures directly in the figures or next
ClaimMaster can check claims in a patent document for various issues, such as wrong claim numbering and dependencies, incorrectly defined multiple claims, incorrect status indicators and amendments, presence of “patent profanities”