August patent filings stayed consistent with June and July in the retail space, as opposed to the usual summer slowdown. Frequent filers included Aeritas, Consolidated Transaction Processing, Digi Portal, Display Technologies, Internet Media Interactive, Intertrust Technologies, Modern Font Applications, Landmark Technology, Sonohm Licensing, Symbology, Transaction Secure and WordLogic.

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October filings remained steady.  Frequent filers included Anuwave, Internet Media Interactive, Landmark Technology, Location Based Services, MobilePay, PersonalWeb Technologies, Secure Cam, and Symbology Innovations.

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September filings remained steady.  Frequent filers included Coding Technologies, Internet Media Interactive, Landmark Technology, Personal Web Technologies, Secure Cam, and Uniloc.

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As it often does, August saw a slight increase in filings, presumably as NPEs prime their deal flow for the fall.  Frequent filers included Coding Technologies, Express Mobile, Guyzar, Hawk Technology, Landmark Technology, Personalweb Technologies, Symbology, and Uniloc.

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The typical summer filing trend continued in July, NPEs appeared to be on a summer break as filings remained low.  Frequent filers included Coding Technologies, Internet Media Interactive and Landmark Technology.

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April continued the 2018 trend of very slight increases, while NPE activity remained slow, presumably waiting for an Oil States decision to determine whether PTAB proceedings were constitutional (spoiler alert – they are constitutional, at least on the narrow ground put before the Supreme Court).  Frequent filers included CXT Systems, Grecia, Hawk Technology, Internet Media