The Importance of Double Docketing

Insights and tips for better docketing practices

 

With IP management considered a high-risk, high-stakes function, staying at the forefront of best-practice processes is essential.

One constant client concern continues to be docketing – a make-or-break process most effective when two different docketing systems with two separate teams working independently are used. Known as double docketing, it is parallel review, calculation and entry of critical docketing matters. The outcome is a highly structured and strong safety net in IP management that helps prevent and identify expensive and sometimes unrecoverable errors in creating and protecting IP.

Kelly McNulty, Director of IP Administration Services at Derwent (Clarivate Analytics) dives deep into several aspects of double docketing—sharing actionable insights and tips for corporate and law firm IP administrators and teams.

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