November/December 2013

Lessons Learned from the First Year of Inter Partes Reviews

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Lessons Learned from the First Year of Inter Partes Reviews

With over 500 IPRs filed in the first year of the AIA, IPRs are clearly an extremely popular and inexpensive way to invalidate patents and battle concurrent litigation. But with this new procedure come new law and a learning curve.

Taking a look at the pursuit of so-called patent trolls. Who are those guys?

As social media becomes increasingly popular, the potential for copyright infringement has skyrocketed. One particularly interesting development is judicial interpretation of sections 1202 and 1203 of the DMCA, which contemplate liability for removal of copyright management information.

The column provides highlights of recent trademark, copyright, trade secret, and patent cases.

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