Tag: ipr

OpenSky’s Sanction and Continued VLSI Patent Review are Both Warranted

Over the past few weeks there have been major developments in the much-discussed dispute related to patents held by the non-practicing entity VLSI Technology. On Patent Progress we have previously wri...

AG Mukasey Winning WSJ Debate Over Fintiv Denials

The recent back-and-forth in the Wall Street Journal between former Attorney General Michael Mukasey and former Federal Circuit Chief Judge Paul Michel is telling about the state of the debate over PT...

Fintiv: More Work, Less Quality

When the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB or “Board”) first decided the IPR that led to the Fintiv rule, it justified its decision on the basis of “balanc[ing] considerations such as system e...

Fintiv Analysis Proves That Fintiv Is Being Used To Leave Likely Invalid Patents In Force

A recently released study from Unified Patents has put numbers to the sense many patent attorneys already had—the Patent Trial and Appeal Board is spending a lot of time on Fintiv discretionary deni...

The Pat-Signal Is Going Dark—Senator Leahy Won’t Seek Re-Election

Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has announced that he won’t be seeking re-election to the Senate for a ninth term.  First elected in 1974, Senator Leahy has spent nearly 50 years in the Senate, focuse...

Sens. Leahy and Tillis to Chief Justice Roberts: Something’s Up In Waco

The Senate Judiciary Committee’s IP Subcommittee had an active day yesterday with members sending out a pair of letters that suggest that they see some serious problems in the patent system. The ...

Arthrex, Mobility Workx, and Director Review at Institution

There’s been a fair amount of discussion regarding Judge Newman’s dissent in last week’s Mobility Workx case.  In Mobility Workx, a divided panel of the Federal Circuit rejected a variety o...

Leahy and Cornyn Introduce Bill To Restore The America Invents Act

Yesterday, Senate Judiciary IP Subcommittee Chair Sen. Leahy (D-VT) and committee member Sen. Cornyn (R-TX) introduced the Restoring the America Invents Act (RAIA).  RAIA would roll back changes ...

Arthrex Is Here—What Will It Mean?

Yesterday, the Supreme Court handed down its much-awaited decision—at least, much-awaited by people who care about patents and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB)—in the consolidated U.S. v A...

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