Post-grant proceedings under the America Invents Act have turned the Patent Trial and Appeal Board into one of the busiest venues for U.S. patent disputes. Frequently recognized as a leader in this arena, Kilpatrick Townsend’s Post-Grant Team has represented both petitioners and patent owners in more than 200 PGRs, IPRs, CBMs, and corresponding appeals before the Federal Circuit — with the advantage of drawing from more than 200 registered patent attorneys with specializations across all technologies. To keep our clients up-to-date, our Post-Grant Proceedings Blog provides valuable insights into the latest decisions, updates, and resources, as well as practical commentary and best practices, covering the complex array of existing and proposed post-grant options.
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