Alarm is excited to announce the release of its new search interface.
integrating useful tools like one-click analytics and automatic case citation
directly into your list of search results, the new interface makes legal
research easier than ever before. Streamlined and simplified, the new interface
also provides attorneys with a more user-friendly experience and significantly
faster loading times.
of the most innovative features of Docket Alarm is the ability to see analytics
related to parties, judges, and law firms in PTAB cases. Now, you can access
these analytics with a single click directly from your search results. This
feature eliminates the need to search for entities separately in Docket Alarm’s
analytics platform, giving you the ability to quickly view statistics without disrupting
viewing search results, you can bring up direct links to Docket Alarm’s
analytics platform by accessing the “Related” button underneath a case summary.
Hover your cursor over the “Related” button to see a drop down menu featuring
links to analytic profiles for the judges, parties, and firms involved in the case.
menu also offers the option of searching within the case, allowing you to
quickly find that pleading or motion in a case.
clicking on an analytics link, you are taken directly to a page displaying
various statistics and predictive analytics on the selected party, including petitions
filed, petitions instituted, claims canceled, party type, success rates, and much
Easily Cite Dockets and
useful feature incorporated into the new search interface is the ability to
quickly cite cases or documents directly from the search results page. By
clicking on “Cite Docket”, the full Blue Book case citation is automatically copied
to your clipboard and ready to be pasted directly into a document. This feature
is immensely helpful when compiling research or drafting pleadings, memoranda,
and other legal documents.
Streamlined Look and
streamlined design of the new interface promotes efficiency and ease, featuring
a left rail containing filters that allow you to quickly pare down results by
type, time, or entity, and tabs at the top of the results page offering
one-click access to tracking, exporting, and downloading. These design features, in combination with faster loadings times, translate into an effortless and
intuitive search experience.
can experience the innovative features in Docket Alarm’s brand new search
interface by signing up today at www.docketalarm.com.
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Docket Alarm is the only
research platform that offers patent practitioners a complete PTAB research and
Tara Klamrowski is the
director of IP content at One400. She writes about current IP issues, IP
trends, and how Docket Alarm can help attorneys and their clients achieve
Docket Alarm is an advanced search and litigation
tracking service for the Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB),
the International Trade Commission (ITC),
Bankruptcy Courts, and Federal Courts across the United States.
Docket Alarm searches and tracks millions of dockets and documents
for thousands of users.
PACER is a government system to access US court records.
Why do I need it?
Docket Alarm uses PACER to access Federal Court documents.
Under the flat-rate plan, we pass these fees on to your
account without markup.
What will I be charged?
If we already have the document in our database, you will not be charged
anything. However, if we do not, then we must retrieve it from the court
and incur their access fee.
PACER charges $0.10 per page with a 30 page (or $3.00) cap for all
documents, except transcripts which have no cap. For
example, a five page document is $0.50 and a 50 page document is $3.00.
Accessing docket sheets also incurs a fee if we do not already have the
full docket sheet (again, max of $3.00). These fees are only incurred for
Federal Courts and Bankruptcies.
Do other courts have fees?
Certain state courts, mostly in California, charge for access to some
documents. When accessing for-pay state courts, you will always be
given an option to accept or decline the payment.
Basic Free Access
We’re committed to keeping the law open. We provide
free searches and document/docket views
a week for documents already in our system. You have
pages left for free
Note: free views don't apply to documents purchased from government
systems, e.g., PACER.