The USPTO has the power to create a much more equitable IPR process; and it should do so 18 May 15
Since the America Invents Act overhauled the re-examination process, we have written regularly about the impact that the new procedures, and inter partes reviews in particular, have had on the patent market. Essentially, they have become a new tool with which to challenge patent validity and have helped shift the prevailing dynamic from one of whether a patent has been infringed to whether some or all of an issued patent’s claims should have been allowed.
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