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Harrity Patent Analytics Releases The 2021 Design Patent 100 List

March 4, 2021

List ranks top 100 companies, organizations, and universities in the design patent field

WASHINGTON (March 3, 2021) – Harrity Patent Analytics today released the publication of its inaugural Design Patent 100 List.  The list ranks the top 100 companies, organizations and universities in the patent field based on the total number of U.S. design patents.  The top 10 from the Design Patent 100 List includes:

  1. Nike (691)
  2. Samsung (589)
  3. Apple (361)
  4. LG (327)
  5. Alphabet (267)
  6. Ford (222)
  7. Tata Sons (202)
  8. Spigen (176)
  9. P&G (150)
  10. Porsche (135)

For detailed analytics on the Design Patent 100, visit Harrity’s Patent 300® Dashboard, the intellectual property industry’s premier resource for patent insights and competitive intelligence on the world’s leaders in technology and design innovation.  The Dashboard contains analytics on more than 6,000,000 patents, including patent portfolio analyses, detailed patent prosecution insights, technology area breakdowns, and portfolio cost and budget analytics.

“The Design Patent 100 List identifies the global innovation leaders obtaining design patents in the United States,” said Rocky Berndsen, Head of Analytics for Harrity & Harrity. “The data contained in the Patent 300® Dashboard, such as the Design Patent 100 List, provides invaluable information to companies, in-house counsel and law firms because it identifies the key players in design innovation and summarizes what is happening today in the patent world.”

About Harrity Patent Analytics

Harrity Patent Analytics, an analytical team within the boutique IP law firm of Harrity & Harrity, LLP, uses cutting-edge capabilities to analyze patent data and extract insights for clients to use when making strategic decisions regarding patent portfolios. Patent 300® companies rely on Harrity Patent Analytics services to understand their patent portfolios, the patent portfolios of their competitors, and patent office trends around the world.