Yesterday’s Supreme Court decision in Cuozzo v Lee was surely the most eagerly anticipated patent ruling from America’s highest court since it handed down its Alice judgment two years ago. Such has been the impact of inter partes reviews (IPRs) since they came into force in 2012 that any challenge to their standing was always bound to draw the close attention of the patent community.

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