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PTAB Launch: The Preliminary Proceeding – New Tactics, Evolving Estoppel Risks and Trial Institution

Recorded on: May. 16, 2018
Running Time: 00:58:30

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Taken from the Web Program USPTO Post-Grant Patent Trials 2018: Change & Recalibration Recorded May, 2018 in San Francisco [00:58:30]

The preliminary proceeding of an AIA Trial is a critical period, with the potential to change drastically after SAS Institute. In this segment, best practices for petitioner and patentee will be presented by leading practitioners. Topics include: challenging statutory bars after Wifi One; follow-on petitions and 325(d); preliminary response evidence; petition preparation; real parties in interest; privity; joint defense dynamics; development of declaration testimony; sovereign immunity and requests for rehearing.

Kevin B. Laurence, David L. McCombs

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      Kevin B. Laurence ~ Laurence & Phillips IP Law LLP
      David L. McCombs ~ Haynes and Boone, LLP
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