Popular Adjunct to Patent Litigation Survives Supreme Court Scrutiny
Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Cuozzo v. Lee, the first case in which the Court considered the Patent Office’s new administrative reviews of patents. Find out what this decision means for the future of post-grant proceedings in the U.S.
Cuozzo: The Case That Wasn’t
Our Post-Grant Proceedings Group Co-Chair, Ed Walsh, discusses why Cuozzo is a case of what could have been.
Wolf Greenfield’s Continued Post-Grant Success
Wolf Greenfield’s Post-Grant Proceedings Group went seven for seven on IPR institutions in the month of June, getting three petitions instituted for Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd., two for RPX Corporation, and two for Smith & Nephew Inc.
Brexit and IP Rights: What You Need to Know
There are many questions about what the UK's decision to leave the EU means to the global economy. But for the intellectual property systems, at least, we see no significant changes in the short term.
TTAB Update Webinar: A Year of Critical Developments
On June 14th, John Welch of our Trademark & Copyright Group reviewed and commented on significant recent developments in TTAB law and practice. Click below to view the replay.
Early IPRs Challenging Biologic Patents: What We Know
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