IP|Trend: Inter Partes Review: Is It Still Right For You?

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When we first addressed inter partes review (IPR), it was in its infancy. Now with almost two years under its belt, we’ve learned a lot about how IPR works and how some of the results have played out in practice. Attorneys Seth Northrop and Cyrus Morton discuss the advantages and disadvantages of IPR, along with how an IPR proceeding begins, and who should attempt this proceeding.
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