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Better Late Than Never, But Never Late Is Better

USA - February 29 2016 Recently, we discussed a decision in which the Board upheld the statutory time bar and denied institution in spite of the petitioner's arguments that...

“The Internet Ate My Petition” Excuses Won’t Fly with the PTAB

USA - February 1 2016 When practicing before the Board, every deadline should be viewed as set in stone. The Board’s recent denial of institution in Terremark N. Am. LLC v...

The Easiest Way to Amend Claims in a Post-Grant Proceeding

USA - January 11 2016 may be to not amend in a post-grant proceeding. We have previously written about the difficulties, and low success rates, of amending patents in a...

Objection! Yes, You Should Consider It

USA - December 11 2015 A recent Final Written Decision demonstrates the possible benefit to objecting to evidence that could be disputed, even if that evidence is not...

Courts are drawing the line on business method patents

USA - October 30 2015 In the United States today, it’s generally agreed upon that if you invent a ground-breaking innovation, you should receive a patent for it. The...

Robert M. Abrahamsen.