WEBCAST RECORDING: Moving the Battleground to the Patent Office by Taking Advantage of Post-Grant Proceedings

September 19, 2013

By: Susan G. L. Glovsky and Lawrence P. Cogswell III, Ph.D.

Post Grant ProceedingsThe America Invents Act (AIA) provides an opportunity to challenge a patent in the Patent Office through an Inter Partes Review proceeding (IPR).  IPRs and other post-grant proceedings can be used advantageously by patent challengers to move the battleground to the Patent Office.  While accused infringers can take advantage of parallel proceedings in court and the Patent Office, patent owners need to be prepared for a multi-pronged attack on their portfolios.

Whether you are a patentee concerned about validity or a challenger concerned about freedom to operate, you need to know about post-grant proceedings under the AIA.

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • Proceedings available under the AIA with a focus on IPR proceedings
  • Potential downside of getting the Patent Office involved
  • Advantageous use of parallel proceedings
     

 

View a recording of the webcast.

View the presentation slides.

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September 19, 2013

By: Susan G. L. Glovsky and Lawrence P. Cogswell III, Ph.D.

Post Grant ProceedingsThe America Invents Act (AIA) provides an opportunity to challenge a patent in the Patent Office through an Inter Partes Review proceeding (IPR).  IPRs and other post-grant proceedings can be used advantageously by patent challengers to move the battleground to the Patent Office.  While accused infringers can take advantage of parallel proceedings in court and the Patent Office, patent owners need to be prepared for a multi-pronged attack on their portfolios.

Whether you are a patentee concerned about validity or a challenger concerned about freedom to operate, you need to know about post-grant proceedings under the AIA.

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • Proceedings available under the AIA with a focus on IPR proceedings
  • Potential downside of getting the Patent Office involved
  • Advantageous use of parallel proceedings
     

 

View a recording of the webcast.

View the presentation slides.

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