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Tag Archives: IPR
Qualcomm v. Apple – Pyrrhic Victory for Qualcomm?
So far, it’s been a slow year for jurisprudence in the life sciences, so I thought I would take a look at the somewhat quirky decision in Qualcomm, Inc. v. Apple, Inc., Appeal nos. 2020-1558, -1559 (Fed. Cir., February 1, … Continue reading
Posted in Prior Art Tagged Federal Circuit, IPR, prior art Leave a comment
Hulu v. Soundview Innovations – the Shifting Sands of Printed Publications
In Hulu v Soundview Innovations, IPR2018-01039, the PTAB was faced with the question of whether or not a certain textbook was a “printed publication” that was “publicly available” and so qualified as prior art against U.S. Pat. No. 5,806,062 – … Continue reading
Posted in 102 Patentability, Prior Art Tagged IPR, prior art, PTAB Leave a comment
Wide-Ranging Senate Bill Aims to Streamline Post-Grant Proceedings and Block Trolls
On Wednesday, Senator Coon—of 101 hearings fame—and five co-sponsors introduced the Stronger Patents Act in the Senate (“Support Technology & Research for Our Nation’s Growth and Economic Resilience”). About 22 of the bill’s 40 pages involve amendments to IPR, PGR … Continue reading