The Supreme Court’s SAS Decision: Has All-or-Nothing Institution Created a Wave of Change?

Perkins Coie

2020 | Attorney Publications When the U.S. Supreme Court decided SAS Institute Inc. v. Iancu in the spring of 2018, it held that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board must institute inter partes review on either all claims raised in a petition or none of them. The ruling triggered anticipation of a major shift in the Board’s approach…

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