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Federal Circuit Faces Flood Of Appeals Driven By AIA Reforms

July 13, 2015

Articles

Federal Circuit Faces Flood Of Appeals Driven By AIA Reforms

July 13, 2015

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Principal John Dragseth was asked to comment on the Federal Circuit’s docket facing a surge in appeals from U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Proceedings driven by America Invents Act reforms. “If you’ve got the money, and the appeal has merit, in general there’s no strategic reason not to pursue an appeal out of the IPR. If you’re the patentee, and they invalidated your claim, if you don’t appeal, you’re dead.”John Dragseth is a principal in the Twin Cities office and centers his practice on complex legal analysis and writing – in federal appeals, patent prosecution, reexamination, pre-suit and due diligence investigations, and patent opinions.Read the entire article here [http://www.law360.com/articles/677929/federal-circuit-faces-flood-of-appeals-driven-by-aia-reforms]


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