In a Supreme Court matter argued on behalf of software developer SAS Institute Inc., Jones Day successfully challenged part of how the U.S. Patent Office’s Patent Trial and Appeals Board conducts its inter partes review proceedings. But that’s just half the story. Listen to a Jones Day Talks podcast as partners Greg Castanias, Dave Cochran, and John Marlott explain why the Supreme Court’s decision has significant implications for cases involving government agency overreach.
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- Federal Circuit: “All the Expenses” Does Not Mean “Attorneys’ Fees” - July 31, 2018
- SAS: A Patent Litigation Game-Changer and Check on Agency Overreach - June 29, 2018
- Winner’s Playbook: Behind The Scenes Of The SAS Case - June 18, 2018