Patent Owners Unclear On Telling Juries About AIA Wins

Law360, New York (January 22, 2018, 8:36 PM EST) -- District courts have split on the question of whether juries in infringement litigation should be told about Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions not to review a particular patent at issue in a suit, frustrating some patent owners' attempts to highlight their wins in the early stages of America Invents Act reviews.

Since being introduced in 2012, AIA reviews at the PTAB — and inter partes reviews, in particular — have become a dominant part of patent litigation, giving companies facing an infringement lawsuit a powerful tool to challenge the validity of a patent.

But what happens when the PTAB decides...

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