IP|Trend: Inter Partes Review: Is it Litigation or Something Else?

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For two years we’ve seen the inter partes review process play out. What are the procedures like? Does it look like litigation or more like a foreign planet that IP litigators would not recognize? Attorneys Cyrus Morton and Seth Northrop discuss these issues, including what the discovery and expert discovery process looks like in a patent trial compared to civil litigation, why it is difficult for a patent owner to amend their claims, and how a patent office trial compares to a typical civil litigation trial.
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