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Patent Bar Sample Narrowly Favors Finding for Petitioner

On February 19, the U.S. Supreme Courtroom heard oral arguments in Return Mail Inc. v. United States Postal Service—considered one of two IP instances the...

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Both Sides Struggle at Supreme Court

“I assume what I hoped for was that you’d have an argument from specific statutory provisions….I hear you simply saying, look, this can be a broad...

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More Orange Book Patents Are Surviving the ‘Death Squad’

“[I]t seems that the pendulum is swinging again in favor of Orange Ebook patent house owners. The variety of petitions difficult these patents has slowed...

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Supporting Right of Dissatisfied Parties to Appeal Adverse IPR Decisions

”The case raises the query of whether or not the Federal Circuit can refuse to listen to an attraction by a non-defendant petitioner from an opposed remaining...

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Federal Circuit affirms PTAB Mixed Decision in Acceleration Bay v. Activision Blizzard

“Acceleration’s poor declare drafting won’t be an excuse for it to infuse confusion into its declare scope,” wrote Decide Moore. “We see no useful...