PTAB "a very scary process" – patent lawyers
Patent owners have discovered that PTAB proceedings are an intense ordeal that leaves little chance for discovery or amending claims, while lawyers more used to district courts have endured a steep learning curve. Michael Loney reports on lessons learned from the PTAB frontlines
Patent challengers and owners have found the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) proceedings that became available in September 2012 are an unforgiving process with a momentum of their own. It is important parties get things right first time because...
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