Patent Office Litigation Prediction #2: How do we get it all done?

In his second prediction from a series of six, Robert Greene Sterne, editor-in-chief of Patent Office Litigation and founding director at intellectual property law firm Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox PLLC discusses a huge challenge facing the new Patent Trial and Appeal Board at the United States Patent & Trademark Office. In light of the spike in inter partes and ex partes patent reexamination prior to September 16, 2012, and combined with the new inter partes review and covered business method patent review filings made on or See more +
In his second prediction from a series of six, Robert Greene Sterne, editor-in-chief of Patent Office Litigation and founding director at intellectual property law firm Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox PLLC discusses a huge challenge facing the new Patent Trial and Appeal Board at the United States Patent & Trademark Office. In light of the spike in inter partes and ex partes patent reexamination prior to September 16, 2012, and combined with the new inter partes review and covered business method patent review filings made on or after September 16th, this video attempts to answer "How will they get it all done?"

Ushered in by the America Invents Act, new contested proceedings before the USPTO are the most significant development in patent practice since the creation of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in 1982. Patent Office Litigation is a two-volume book focused on the new contested proceedings under the America Invents Act. This book examines how the proceedings interact with other aspects of patent procurement and enforcement, while delivering practical analysis and advice to all members of the greater intellectual property law community.

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