In May, we posted about the Constitutionality of IPRs after the Supreme Court upheld the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s inter partes review process, ruling that it doesn’t violate Article III of
Last fall, we blogged that the inter partes review was celebrating its fifth anniversary and would soon be under scrutiny when the Supreme Court heard Oil States Energy Services v. Greene’s Energy Group.
Considered “a potent tool against patent-holders,” the inter partes review process is under attack. Per Ars Technica, which continues to be a leading source for patent news, the process is celebrating its fifth
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