Susan Glovsky, Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, is quoted in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Article

May 12, 2020

An article by Barry Bridges appearing in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on May 7, 2020, reporting on a Supreme Court decision related to inter partes review, quotes Susan Glovsky:

In strictly construing the applicable statutes, the court acknowledged that, “Congress said what they said and meant what they said,” Boston attorney Susan G. L. Glovsky noted.

“The court is saying it’s not their job to look at this, and it’s not something that Congress gave them a right to look at. The Patent Office can institute IPR and that’s that,“ Glovsky said.

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May 12, 2020

An article by Barry Bridges appearing in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on May 7, 2020, reporting on a Supreme Court decision related to inter partes review, quotes Susan Glovsky:

In strictly construing the applicable statutes, the court acknowledged that, “Congress said what they said and meant what they said,” Boston attorney Susan G. L. Glovsky noted.

“The court is saying it’s not their job to look at this, and it’s not something that Congress gave them a right to look at. The Patent Office can institute IPR and that’s that,“ Glovsky said.

Subscribers to Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Click Here to read the full article.

 

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