Insights: News Kilpatrick Townsend Launches State-Of-The-Art Patent Prosecution Extranet for Clients
ATLANTA (January 22, 2019) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the launch of an enhanced patent prosecution extranet – the KT Extranet. This secure web portal offers clients unparalleled access to their patent portfolios, including a visually compelling executive summary of a company’s patent portfolio and patent family trees.
The KT Extranet, which is offered at no cost to clients, is accessible 24/7/365 by computer, tablet and/or smart phone. Portions of the KT Extranet are patent pending.
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Mark P. Mathison, P.E.
Charles W. Calkins
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