By Ryan Davis (April 17, 2014, 7:57 PM EDT) -- The patent review proceedings created by the America Invents Act have presented a golden opportunity for accused infringers to invalidate patents, but they involve a tremendous amount of work. Here, attorneys who have successfully navigated these trials by fire and knocked out patents in the new proceedings share what attorneys need to know to make an airtight case.
Most of the final decisions to date in inter partes reviews and business method patent reviews have invalidated some or all of the claims that have been challenged, but getting to that point is a daunting task that requires deep preparation, attorneys say....
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