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Another Example of Practical Estoppel in IPR Practice

USA - September 13 2017 Earlier this year, the Federal Circuit held that statements made by patentees in an inter partes review (IPR) can constitute prosecution disclaimer…

John C. Alemanni.

The Federal Circuit Expresses Concern about IPR Joinder and Expanded Panels

USA - August 28 2017 In a recent decision, Judges Wallach and Dyk filed a concurring opinion to express their concerns regarding joinder and expanded panels at the Board…

John C. Alemanni.

3 Key Takeaways: Navigating the Post-Grant Landscape

USA - August 25 2017 Perception among some Senators, patent practitioners, and other interested parties is that AIA post-grant proceedings, along with recent high court…

Allison W. Dobson Ph.D., John C. Alemanni, Matthew C. Holohan.

Tips For A Successful Inter Partes Review Petition

USA - February 6 2017 According to the latest statistics released by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, a total of 3,410 petitions for inter partes review have been filed…

Andrew W. Rinehart, John C. Alemanni.

U.S. Supreme Court Halo Decision Rejects Seagate’s High Bar for Treble Damages

USA - June 16 2016 In a unanimous decision, on June 13, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the CAFC Seagate “objective recklessness” standard and appeal criteria. As…

James R. Paine Jr., Mitchell G. Stockwell, Paul C. Haughey, Steven D. Moore, Susan M. Spaeth.