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PTAB Decision Conflicts With District Court’s

PTAB Decision Conflicts With District Court’s

By Mike Lavine and Matt Johnson - The PTAB and District Courts do not always see eye to eye when it comes to prior art.  On August 21, 2020, the Board issued a trio of final written decisions refusing to invalidate the claims of three patents, two of which have claims...

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2020 PTAB Bar Association Annual Conference Rescheduled

2020 PTAB Bar Association Annual Conference Rescheduled

By Sue Gerber and Matt Johnson - After having to be postponed due to coronavirus concerns, the 2020 PTAB Bar Association Annual Conference has now been rescheduled and is going forward on September 24-25, 2020, with pre-conference sessions being held September 23,...

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PGR Estoppel Applies to Unasserted Art

PGR Estoppel Applies to Unasserted Art

By Dave Maiorana - Due to the relatively low number of post-grant reviews (“PGR”) filed to date, not many district courts have spoken on the scope of PGR estoppel.  In GREE, Inc. v. Supercell Oy, No. 2:19-cv-00071 (E.D. Texas), Magistrate Judge Payne in the Eastern...

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How Does the PTAB § 314(a)?

How Does the PTAB § 314(a)?

By Alex Li and Matt Johnson The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) has the discretion to deny institution of any inter partes review (IPR).  Such discretionary denial may be based on a variety of considerations, such as the existence of an ongoing district court...

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