No one likes to stereotype, but let’s face it: Patent lawyers tend to have a happier acquaintance with numbers than most other litigators.

When members of the IP bar are sitting around waiting for big news, like, say, a major Supreme Court ruling or an en banc rehearing that could reshape essential elements of their practice, they don’t just natter wordily about the possibilities. They go to the stats, a la a great pair of posts at Dennis Crouch’s Patently-O blog.

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