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17 AUGUST 2016

In the July/August 2016 issue of WIPR: World Intellectual Property Review, two Corsearch experts in research workflows — Barb Barron Kelly, Director of Market Planning, and Matthew Rubin, Manager of US Product Support — examine Corsearch FOCUS™, the new landmark methodology to research visualization, from a workflow perspective — how will a trademark practitioner best manage his or her efforts to clear a mark.

These two former researchers indicate how Corsearch FOCUS can improve the effectiveness of the trademark practitioner's process. For this, Barb Kelly, Director of US Market Planning, and Matt Rubin, Manager of US Product Support, were interviewed to give a step-by-step view of working with the product.

http://www.worldipreview.com/contributed-article/corsearch-focus-improving-research-workflows


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