Stay of Reexamination Premature Until IPR Initiated

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In GoerTek, Inc. v. Knowles Electronics, LLC, IPR2014-01009, Paper 7, (August 29, 2014), the Board denied the patent owner’s motion to stay a concurrent reexamination as premature, when the Board had not yet instituted a inter partes review.

Topics:  Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Motion To Stay, Patent Litigation, Patent Trial and Appeal Board, Patents

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Intellectual Property Updates

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