The Essential Case Law Guide to PTAB Trials
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"Aptly named, The Essential Case Law Guide to PTAB Trials is required reading for practitioners before the PTAB. It is the most comprehensive compendium of AIA post grant procedure cases that I have seen and provides detailed guidance on how the board handles almost any issue imaginable. It serves as a guideline for how to win your case."—Robert L. Stoll, Former Commissioner of Patents of the United States Patent and Trademark Office
Offering a framework for understanding the Patent Trial and Appeal Boards' past practices for practitioners to better predict actions in future, this book follows the authors' observation that there has been notable consistency in the body of decisions in case law decisions from the PTAB. This compilation of PTAB decisions supplies a wealth of guidance on the Board's treatment of various issues, providing the practitioner with information to guide their PTAB strategies, noting specific patterns that have arisen during IPR, PGR and CBM proceedings.
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