Myers Bigel Recognized for Patent Quality
February 10, 2010
News @ Myers Bigel
Myers Bigel has once again received national recognition for the quality of its patent prosecution work. Ocean Tomo, a national patent ranking firm, has ranked Myers Bigel second nationally among firms that prosecuted the best telecommunications services patents in 2009. Ocean Tomo bases its rankings on a computer model that measures the strength and quality of patents with objective criteria to generate what is referred to as an “Intellectual Property Quotient” (IPQ). Using Ocean Tomo’s IPQ methodology, Intellectual Asset Magazine, in its March/April 2010 issue, has ranked Myers Bigel ninth nationally in the Information Technology category, and also has rated Myers Bigel 13th overall nationally across all industries.