AIA

“If there really is an explosion in the number of cases filed, I don’t think the USPTO will have the man power and brainpower to address all the issues, Just […]

“The America Invents Act (AIA) was the single worst disaster in the 226 year history of the U.S. patent system. The AIA did very real damage – enough to put […]

AIA

It is usually better, if possible, to remedy problems through iterative changes by courts or the Administration rather than statutorily. Changing a statute is difficult and is usually the result […]

AIA

“The power and complexity of IPR trials really rewards a sophisticated approach from either side. What initially was considered a death squad became a place where both sides can prevail […]

AIA

Does it strike anyone as odd that the Patent Office would require patent applicants to jump through a series of quite onerous hoops, spend tens of thousands of dollars and […]

AIA

For a cash-constrained company, IPR proceedings give them options to challenge a patent without taking on the burden of full-blown litigation. Even if a company has the means to take […]

AIA

The AIA may have undermined the very system it was aimed at improving. While well capitalized players may be able to ride out the current storm—or even take advantage of […]