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Inter partes review: to appeal or not to appeal?

The US Federal Circuit has imposed restrictions on who can appeal against an inter partes review decision, making life difficult for some petitioners. However, there are some practical tips to consider, as Rose Cordero Prey and Eric Ding of Greenberg Traurig explain

In 2011, Congress passed the America Invents Act (AIA), which created the popular inter partes review (IPR) proceeding. The IPR is used to challenge patent validity outside of federal district court litigation in the US. Although Congress specifically legislated a...

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