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It takes too much patience for one to come up with a commercially productive invention. On average, it nearly takes eighteen months to three years for a patent to be solely granted by the legal offices.
So, in 2006 the United States Patent Office (USPTO) came up with a program called Accelerated Examination also known as Track One which allows an investor to successfully have the exclusive rights in a patent within a short period (like 6 months – 8 months).
In general, accelerated examination is defined as a strategy or a system permitting a speedy examination other than waiting for a regular examination. Despite the fact that this comes at an additional fee, many attorneys/agents are now advising inventors to take advantage of this service, especially when one needs to kill competition. The accelerated examination search report is submitted in a special format as accepted by the USPTO. Here in “Wissen Research” we are specialized in preparing accelerated examination reports in the required format.
At Wissen Research we assist in the creation of an Accelerated Examination Support Document (AESD) by providing the detailed analysis of prior art search, relevant references to claims, and relevant justifications for references for filing with USPTO, which has helped our clients getting an early patent grant in the past. Here are the advantages of Accelerated Examination: