FAQ - What happens if I miss a due date?
There are a variety of reasons why users may not file documents on time with the first due date, and IPwe Docket was made to support those strategic decisions. That’s why the AI docketing engine does not just calculate the first due date of a response, but also any relevant extensions, which are included right in the asset view. IPwe Docket will roll over any missed due dates until the final deadline and will tell the users which extension it is currently docketing.
FAQ - Do I have to tell the platform when I’ve filed a response?
No. The AI checks the entire file history of each asset each morning and will find out if a response has been filed. If so, it will mark it with a green check mark and grayed out text. Alternatively, users can manually mark filed responses by hovering over the response until a green check mark appears. Click on it. The system will now reflect that a response has been filed.
FAQ - What does the green check mark mean? What about the grayed out text?
You may find that some of your applications have grayed out text and a green check mark. Don’t worry, that’s just a sign that our docket engine has checked the file history and found that a response was filed.
FAQ - Does IPwe Docket Support Private PAIR?
Yes, we support Private PAIR. This requires a custom add-on that will allow users to upload their MyUSPTO and sponsorship to the site for direct access to any filings in that user’s PAIR. Please contact us at email@example.com for more details.