Don't Hold Back AIA Arguments, Fed. Circ. Ruling Shows

Law360, New York (January 7, 2016, 10:35 PM EST) -- By ruling that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board correctly barred a company from submitting additional information after its America Invents Act review was instituted, the Federal Circuit has sent a message that AIA challengers should put all their cards on the table in the petition, attorneys say.

In a Dec. 31 ruling, the appeals court rejected Redline Detection LLC's argument that it should have been allowed to submit a 60-page declaration from its expert witness after the PTAB granted the company's petition for inter partes review of a Star Envirotech Inc. patent on a method of detecting leaks in a...

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