The Practitioner's Guide to Trials Before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board
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- A quick reference for PTAB statutes and rules, including recent updates and rule changes
- Lessons learned from the growing body of Federal Circuit case law reviewing final PTAB decisions
- Strategic considerations for coordinating PTAB trials with your litigation strategy
- A detailed description of a PTAB trial from petition preparation to appeals to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- Handy references synthesizing supporting laws, rules, and regulations
The "Practical Tools" chapter compiles, in one place, all of the statutes, rules, and PTAB guidance covering PTAB trials, organized by topic. A busy practitioner can look up a topic, such as discovery, claim construction, or joinder, and have all of the collected guidance in one place. These are organized using a simple, standard framework including CFR citations; PTO comments during rulemaking; PTAB orders and decisions; references to the PTAB trial practice guide; and informal guidance such as PTAB training presentations.
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