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Last Friday the
USPTO announced the After Final Consideration Pilot Program 2.0.
The revised pilot program modifies the initial concept by introducing a patent
examiner feedback component.
A patentee's decision to
file a preliminary response in an IPR/CBM preliminary proceeding is not
as straightforward as one would expect.
The question of whether a patent licensee bears the burden of proving that its products do not infringe in a declaratory judgment action filed pursuant to MedImmune Inc. v.
Genentech Inc. will be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The new post grant patentability challenges of the
America Invents Act (AIA) have been warmly
embraced by the public as a cost effective patent dispute resolution tool.
The primary distinctions between the USPTO Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) proceedings and traditional court based patent invalidity proceedings are the vast improvements in cost, predictability, effectiveness, and speed of PTAB proceedings.
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