Lawyers for Apple have demanded that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) take action against a patent owner whose IP the iPhone maker had challenged in IPR, accusing it of tarnishing the review’s “fundamental fairness with ex parte communications”. The motion, which was filed shortly before Christmas, represents a further escalation in what has already proved to be one of the most remarkable IPR proceedings in the more than five years since the reviews began.  

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