December 11, 2013

Standing Before the Panel: Strategies for Post-Grant Oral Hearings

All of the written submissions in your post-grant proceeding have been filed and served. Now it’s time to stand up in front of your panel of PTAB judges to present your case at the oral hearing. What should you expect and how best can you prepare?

In Part XI of our series, Karl Renner, one of the co-chairs of Fish & Richardson’s post-grant practice, Tom Rozylowicz, and David Holt discussed their recent experiences in oral hearings in both inter partes review and covered business method cases. They discussed strategic considerations and proposed practice tips based on their personal experiences and their observations from other oral hearings.

Karl Renner, Principal & Post-Grant Practice Co-Chair, Washington, DC
Thomas Rozylowicz, Principal, Washington, DC
David Holt, Associate, Washington, DC
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