The PAR provides information on the USPTO’s programs and the results of the agency’s programmatic and financial performance over the last year, as well as demonstrates to Congress, the administration, and the public the USPTO’s efforts to promote accountability and transparency.
Post-Grant Practice Co-Chairs Karl Renner and Dorothy Whelan Quoted in Managing Intellectual Property Article “Reviewing ‘A Tremendous Year of Change’ for the PTAB”
Post-Grant Practice Co-Chairs Karl Renner and Dorothy Whelan were recently quoted extensively in Managing Intellectual Property‘s article “Reviewing ‘A Tremendous Year of Change’ for the PTAB.” In it, the pair discusses the many changes that occurred at the PTAB in 2018, including Supreme Court and Federal Circuit decisions relating to the constitutionality of IPR proceedings, RPI and privity, partial institution decisions, and printed publications.
Fish has been named a 2018 “Practice Group of the Year” in Intellectual Property by Law360, marking the sixth year that the publication has honored Fish as the best of the best in IP practice.
Fish Post-Grant Attorneys Tasha Francis and Daniel Gopenko Named “Rising Stars” by Managing Intellectual Property
Traditionally, MIP‘s existing IP Stars guide featured only senior IP practitioners. However, based on feedback, the publication will now begin featuring attorneys who typically have fewer than 10 years of post-qualification experience, but who contribute a great deal to the success of their firms and clients.
Post-Grant Practice Co-Chair Karl Renner Quoted in Law360 Article “What To Expect After Year Of Change At The PTAB”
2018 was a tumultuous year for post-grant practice. In a recent article highlighting some of the biggest developments over the previous year, Fish Principal and Post-Grant Practice Co-Chair Karl Renner was asked for his perspective on the PTAB’s proposed revisions to the claims amendment process.