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Succeed Under the AIA with Real-World Guidance for Post-Grant Patent Proceedings


Has legal training and trial experience fully prepared you for today’s IP landscape under the America Invents Act (AIA)? The advent of post-grant proceedings has increased use of inter partes review (IPR), post-grant review (PGR) and covered business method review (CBMR), while the enforcement focus has shifted into the USPTO. What’s a trial lawyer to do?

In Trial Lawyer's Guide to Post Grant Patent Proceedings, leading Chicago and New York IP partners and trial attorneys (Adamo, Goryunov, Higer, Hubbard, Ray) provide real-world perspective and tips for success. This volume helps you make critical decisions and demonstrate compliance with PTAB rules and regulations.

  • Develop a clear understanding of the differences between how a U.S. district court works and a USPTO post-grant patent proceeding works.
  • Learn how to navigate through critical compliance decisions.
  • Put step-by-step guidance into practice.
  • Explore an in-depth examination of USPTO rules, regulations and PTAB trial practice.
  • Take in varied viewpoints that help in parallel proceeding situations.

Rather than merely summarizing the rules and regulations, this guide offers blunt, thought-provoking discussions and practice tips that every federal trial court trial lawyer and PTAB practitioner should consider. Order today by calling 800.223.1940 or visiting the LexisNexis Store. Mention or enter: INSIDE2019 to receive a 25%* Legal Content Insider discount.

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