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In IPR, a Patent Owner gets SASsy -- With a Bold New Interpretation that the Supreme Court SAS Case Makes for Bad in many IPRs

USA - October 15 2018 Inter partes reviews (IPRs) are canceling patent claims. The U.S. Supreme Court decided that IPRs are constitutional, in Oil States. Almost...


In IPR, It's What, Why, and How That Makes Your Case

USA - September 10 2018 Inter partes reviews (IPRs) are canceling patent claims. In all likelihood, at some time in the future, practically any and every patent owner's...


In IPR, It Ain’t Who to Believe, It’s What to Believe, at a Detailed Level

USA - August 13 2018 Inter partes review (IPR) petitions are canceling patent claims at the rate of 65 percent, once trial is instituted, especially patents asserted in...


Is there a new "new narrative" to be told about patents?

USA - July 25 2018 In the middle of the Twentieth Century, and before the existence of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, there was a "narrative" about...


Patents - Equal to Franchises and Toll Bridges? Seven Justices Seem to Say Yes in Inter Partes Review Decision

USA - July 10 2018 Inter partes reviews (IPRs) at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) are constitutional, as decided by seven Supreme Court Justices in the case Oil...