March 11, 2015

BRI, after Cuozzo, and RPI Factors in Post-Grant Proceedings

This webinar takes a look at two topics. First, continuing from last month’s webinar, this webinar details situations in which the broadest reasonable interpretation does not apply during a post-grant proceeding and considers whether that does or should have an impact on strategies for the Petitioner or Patent Owner. Second, this webinar looks at the potential repercussions of failing to name all of the real parties-in-interest on a petition, review various circumstances that raise the issue, and considers how to potentially handle situations in which it is unclear whether a non-party is a real party-in-interest.

Karl Renner, Principal and Post-Grant Practice Co-Chair
Ron Vogel, Associate
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