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April 16, 2024

Holland & Hart Ranks in Top 2 for Large Firms in 2024 Patent Quality Rankings by Patent Bots

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce it has been recognized as a top-ranking firm in the 2024 Patent Quality Rankings of America’s top patent law firms for the fifth consecutive year. The rankings include patent law firms with at least 50 issued patents for the previous year.

Holland & Hart ranked 2nd in the US for patent quality among law firms with at least 500 issued patents in the last year. Patent Bots uses advanced machine learning software to review every patent issued by the USPTO in the past year, totaling nearly 324,000 patents. The most active patent law firms are then ranked based on the average of numbering errors, antecedent basis errors, and word support errors (words that don't appear in the detailed description) detected.

To see the full 2024 Patent Quality Rankings, please click here.

In 2023, Holland & Hart’s Patent Preparation, Prosecution, and Counseling team was also named US Patent Prosecution Firm of the Year at the 2023 Global IP awards presented by IAM and World Trademark Review and 2023 Firm of the Year – Patent Prosecution (West) by Managing IP.

A team of highly talented attorneys, patent agents, patent engineers, and specialists, the firm’s Patent Group is structured to operate like a sophisticated technology company to deliver creative, high-quality patent solutions. The team focuses on next-generation technologies in the areas of wireless communications, memory technology, electronics, software (including AI and cloud computing), wearable health devices, and standard essential patents, among others.


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