Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Announcing the Docket Navigator Scavenger Hunt!

For the past few weeks we’ve been publishing a “Question of the Day” -- a question that is likely to arise in patent litigation, along with instructions on how to answer the question using the Docket Navigator database.

Starting today, and continuing each Wednesday in September, we’re hosting a scavenger hunt. Here’s how it works. We’ll ask a Question of the Day, but instead of providing an answer, you get to find the answer using the Docket Navigator database. Correct answers can be submitted to win a guaranteed prize (2GB USB flash drive) and a chance to win an even bigger prize (an iPad2®)!

Here's the catch: if you are going to participate in the scavenger hunt you have to play quickly. The deadline for submitting correct answers ends tonight at midnight central time. The iPad2® drawing* will be held tomorrow. It's a quick contest.

So take the challenge and see if you can answer the Question of the Day. It only takes a few minutes. You’ll learn how to use a terrific resource and win some great prizes along the way!

Here is today's question:

How many motions to bifurcate has Judge Sue Robinson of the District of Delaware granted since January 1, 2008? (Do not count motions that were granted in part.)

Ask for a free password to Docket Navigator.

* iPad is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple, Inc. does not endorse or sponsor Docket Navigator or its products or services.

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