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Post-Grant Practice Overview

Post-grant proceedings, often referred to as “patent office litigation”, involve trials before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) governed by USPTO rules. As such, these proceedings sit squarely at the intersection of Fish & Richardson’s #1 ranked patent litigation and #1 ranked patent prosecution...

Fish Post-Grant Report 2017

Fish’s 2017 Post-Grant Report examines significant case law and decisions before the PTAB and Federal Circuit, as well as trends and statistics from the past year.

Fish Post-Grant Report 2016

Fish & Richardson’s 2016 Post-Grant Practice Report takes a closer look at the key issues from the past year in post-grant practice, with particular focus on inter partes review (IPR).

IPR Snapshot 1-Pager

Starting September 16, 2012, Inter Partes Review (IPR) became available to challenge the validity of issued patents, replacing Inter Partes Reexamination (IPRx).

Busiest Firms at the PTAB 2014

Analysis of Patent Trial and Appeal Board petitions using the Docket Navigator database reveals the top petitioners, patent owners and law firms during 2014

FISHLink Extranets

Fish & Richardson is proud to offer FISHLink® Extranet—a secure, password-protected web portal that gives you direct access to your intellectual property portfolios.

Fish Post-Grant Report 2015

Fish & Richardson’s 2015 Post-Grant Practice Report takes a closer look at the key issues from the past year in post-grant practice, with particular focus on inter partes review (IPR).

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