New research lifts lid on "highly misleading" USPTO re-examination stats 21 May 08
Joff Wild Patent re-examination at the USPTO is supposed to be a quick and relatively cheap alternative to litigating validity issues before the US courts. However, research done by the recently-established Institute for Progress indicates that, in reality, in most cases the patents involved in inter partes re-exams are also litigated at some stage, while delays...
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