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High Court to Tackle Whether Government Can Petition PTAB

USA - November 8 2018 On October 26, 2018, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Return Mail, Inc. v. United States Postal Service, et al. (17-1594) to address whether...

A Truism that Once Again Bears Repeating: Don’t Wait Until the Last Minute

USA - August 24 2018 A recent decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board ("PTAB") denying a petition for inter partes review serves as a stark reminder of the...

Fear No Fees: No Payment of PTO Attorneys' Fees for District Court Patent Review

USA - July 27 2018 On July 27, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued its en banc opinion in NantKwest, Inc. v. Iancu, , No. 16-1794 (Fed. Cir...

Anna E. Raimer, Daniel Kazhdan Ph.D., Gregory A. Castanias.

Is the Government a “Person” Who May Institute PTAB Trials?

USA - July 11 2018 The America Invents Act (“AIA”) provides that a “a person may not file a petition for covered business method review unless the person or the...

Lauren Willens.

Jones Day Talks Intellectual Property: Monkey See, Monkey Sue?Copyright Implications of the “Monkey Selfie” Case

USA - May 29 2018 The “monkey selfie” matter raises intriguing questions regarding the current state of U.S. copyright laws. Courts have ruled that a non-human can’t be...

Meredith M. Wilkes.