Lennar Patents – Key Insights and Stats

Lennar has a total of 8 patents globally, out of which 1 has been granted. Of these 8 patents, more than 12% patents are active. The United States of America is where Lennar has filed all the patents. Parallelly, the United States of America seems to be the main focused R&D centre and also is the origin country of Lennar.

Lennar was founded in the year 1954 by Arnold Rosen and Leonard Miller. The company constructs and sells single-family attached and detached homes as well as buys and sells residential land and also Company provides mortgage financing, title insurance, commercial real estate, investment management, and other financial services. They serves customers in the United States. As of December 2022, the market cap of Lennar is $ 25.93 Billion.

Do read about some of the most popular patents of Lennar which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Lennar patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Lennar patent portfolio.

How many patents does the founder and the CEO of Lennar have?

The founder Arnold Rosen and Leonard Miller have 3 and 4 patents respectively. The CEO Bruce Gross has 0 patent.

How many patents does Lennar have?

Lennar has a total of 8 patents globally. These patents belong to 6 unique patent families. Out of 8 patents, 1 patent is active.

How Many Patents did Lennar File Every Year?

Lennar Patents Filing Trend

Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.

Year of Patents Filing or GrantLennar Applications FiledLennar Patents Granted

How many Lennar patents are Alive/Dead?

Lennar Patents Portfolio

Countries in which Lennar Filed Patents

All the patents were filed by Lennar in the United States of America.

Where are the Research Centres of Lennar Patents Located?

The Research Centre for all the Lennar patents is the United States of America.

How many inventions of other companies were rejected due to Lennar patents?

The statistics below share strategic R&D insights. It tells the companies that were trying to protect inventions similar to Lennar invention. They couldn’t because Lennar had protected those before them.

Examiners at the USPTO referred 3 Lennar patents in 8 rejections (35 USC § 102 or 35 USC § 103 types).

The top citing companies in the Lennar patent portfolio are LG, Ve Virtual Environment and Honeywell.

List of the Companies whose Patents were rejected citing Lennar –

CompanyNumber of Patent Applications that faced Rejection Citing Lennar PatentsNumber of Rejections (102 & 103)
Ve Virtual Environment13

List of Lennar patents        

Lennar PatentsTitle
US10820733B2Delivery Compartment
US20170147605A1Communication Base Searching Method And Apparatus
US20170140484A1Virtual Or Augmented Reality Customization System And Method
US20170032302A1Smart Construction Or Operations Site Method And Apparatus
US20170031950A1Communication Based Searching Method And Apparatus
US20160379321A1Real Estate Or Other Search Method And Apparatus
US20160378419A1Visual Or User Interface able Kiosk Or Information Apparatus
US20070119843A1Wall Framing System

What are Lennar’s key innovation segments?

What Technologies are Covered by Lennar?

The chart below distributes patents filed by Lennar in different countries on the basis of the technology protected in patents. It also represents the markets where Lennar thinks it’s important to protect particular technology inventions.

R&D Focus: How has Lennar’s search focus changed over the years?


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