Fish Post-Grant Radio: A series of podcasts dedicated to the discussion of developments in post-grant proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and related practice tips.
Our host, Stuart Nelson, an attorney in our Twin Cities office, talks with practitioners and thought leaders across the country to discuss a wide range of post-grant topics. Be sure to visit fishpostgrant.com to listen to all of our past episodes and to subscribe to this podcast! To listen on-the-go, please download our app. You can also follow us on Twitter @fishpostgrant or subscribe by choosing one of the methods below.
Fish Post-Grant Radio’s 12th episode features Principal Stuart Nelson and Associates Kim Leung and Tasha Francis, Ph.D. In this interview, they discuss the PTAB’s newly issued claims construction rule and its impacts on post-grant proceedings.
Click here to read the full text of the rule in the Federal Register.
This episode of Fish Post-Grant Radio features Fish Principal Stuart Nelson and Associate Jeffrey Shneidman, Ph.D. In this interview, they discuss the new updates to the US Patent and Trademark Office’s PTAB Trial Practice Guide, which outlines required trial practices. They also discuss the major changes, clarifications, and implications that the updated practice guide contains for both petitioners and patent owners.
Click here to read the PTAB’s updated Trial Practice Guide.
This episode of Fish Post-Grant Radio features Erika Arner, who was appointed as president of the PTAB Bar Association earlier this year. In it, we learn more about the office of the president and what Erika has planned for the future of the PTAB Bar Association.
This episode of Fish Post-Grant Radio features Frank Porcelli and Dan Smith – attorneys at Fish & Richardson. In this interview, they discuss the Supreme Court’s decisions relating to Oil States Energy Services v. Greene’s Energy Group and SAS Institute Inc. v. Iancu.
Fish Post-Grant Radio’s 8th episode features host Stuart Nelson and Christopher Hoff, a Fish & Richardson attorney in Minneapolis, discussing the latest precedential and informative IPR decisions regarding follow-on petitions, including General Plastics.