Supreme Court to Examine Government Agency Patent Review Process

Supreme Court to Examine Government Agency Patent Review Process

The Supreme Court recently agreed to review a case that will give the court its first chance to examine an administrative process through which the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office evaluates challenges to patents. The administrative process, known as inter partes review (IPR) proceedings, has allowed technology companies in particular to quickly and at least partially invalidate patents without going to court.

How do federal courts typically construe patent claims? Read more about Patent Review. 

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