Even if IPRs are deemed unconstitutional, not much will change - except for pharma sector, which will hate it 23 Jun 17
Since the US Supreme Court granted cert in Oil States Energy Services, a case which challenges the constitutionality of the IPR process, the patent community has been debating whether this might mark the end of post-issuance reviews. If that were to happen, what might it mean for the patent market? According to this guest blog from Zachary Silbersher of Kroub Silbersher & Kolmykov the impact for most sectors might be more muted than anticipated, while for branded pharmaceutical companies it could be very bad news indeed. Here’s what he has to say:
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