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Should You File A “Copycat” IPR Petition?

Should You File A “Copycat” IPR Petition?

By Alex Li and Matt Johnson If you don’t have new grounds to add, you may as well copycat. On September 4, 2019, the PTAB denied Microsoft’s petition requesting inter partes review (“IPR”) of U.S. Patent No. 7,167,487 (“the ’487 patent”); furthermore, the panel also...

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“Exceptional” IPRs And § 285

“Exceptional” IPRs And § 285

By Kerry Barrett and John Evans Inter partes review (“IPR”) proceedings often arise in the context of high-stakes patent infringement litigation, and district courts frequently stay litigation pending parallel IPRs, which may fully resolve a patent-in-suit’s...

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