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Patent Board Challenges Tumble as Venue Loses Some Appeal

February 3, 2020, Bloomberg Law

Scott Kamholz is quoted in Bloomberg Law regarding the decreased acceptance of Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) petitioners’ requests to review a patent’s validity. Losing a PTAB challenge makes it more difficult for an alleged infringer to convince a jury that a patent is defective, says Mr. Kamholz. “That all makes petitions risky and a little less attractive than they used to be, so that overall, the PTAB doesn’t appear as desirable a venue for challengers as it once did.”

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