Apple, Samsung and Google the most frequent filers of IPR petitions, new research shows 19 Feb 15
The huge popularity of post-issuance proceedings has been one of the biggest changes in the patent market following the introduction of the America Invents Act in 2011. The uptake of inter-partes reviews (IPRs), in particular, has been well documented, but the identities of those filing the most IPRs has not been so frequently discussed. Today, we can change that. Pedram Sameni, the CEO and founder of Patexia, a crowd sourced IP platform, took a closer look at the data from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) for IAM and has discovered that the companies that do file the most IPRs are now lodging a growing proportion of them. Here’s his analysis
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