Experts and Redundant Prior Art


In DeLaval International AB v. Lely Patent N.V., IPR2013-00575, Paper 18 (April 9, 2014), the patent owner objected the petitioner’s expert declaraton that referred to prior art that was not part of the instituted grounds (because of redundancy).  The Board solved the problem by allowing the petition to submit an updated expert declaration.

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