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IPR Goes Forward Despite Late Stage Parallel ITC Investigation

IPR Goes Forward Despite Late Stage Parallel ITC Investigation

By: Yury Kalish and Vishal Khatri – Since their inception as part of the AIA, inter partes reviews (IPRs) have been a favorite tool in the arsenal of patent challengers.  Their statutorily mandated 18-month schedule oftentimes allows the PTAB to resolve a question of...

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PTAB Judges Discuss Recent Procedure Changes in Boardside Chat

PTAB Judges Discuss Recent Procedure Changes in Boardside Chat

By Albert Liou The Patent Trial and Appeal Board held a Boardside Chat on October 10, 2019, discussing the various recent changes made to PTAB procedures.  The panel discussion featured Chief Judge Scott Boalick, Deputy Chief Judge Jackie Bonilla, Vice Chief Judge Tim...

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New Theories Not Permitted In IPR Reply Brief

New Theories Not Permitted In IPR Reply Brief

By Kenny Luchesi In Henny Penny Corp. v. Frymaster L.L.C., No. IPR2016-01435, (P.T.A.B. Mar. 16, 2017), the petitioner (HPC) challenged certain claims of U.S. Patent No. 8,497,691, owned by HPC’s competitor, Frymaster. The ’691 patent relates to deep fryers, and is...

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