More Ammo for the New Weapon to Knock Out Patents

10 May 2012 The National Law Journal Publication

The National Law Journal

Special Counsel Andrew Baluch states that the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act fundamentally changed the U.S. system by creating an adversarial system within the patent office, which may require patent owners to defend their patents against a number of invalidity arguments under short time limits . He adds that patent owners are likely to face an uphill struggle in post-grant review.

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