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January 13, 2016

Post-Grant Year in Review

2015 was a busy year for Post-Grant proceedings at the PTO. Fish Principals and Post-Grant Co-Chairs, Karl Renner and Dorothy Whelan, discussed significant developments in IPR practice during the year, including:

  • AIA Patent Trials: The New Proposed Rules
  • Bass and Bio-Pharma Developments
  • Estoppel, Broadest Reasonable Interpretation, and Appeals of Institution Decisions
  • NPEs, Strong Patents Act & the Revised Innovation Act

Additional topics discussed were: the implications that these issues may have on your business and patent strategy and the issues to watch for in 2016.

Speakers:
Karl Renner, Principal
Dorothy Whelan, Principal
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