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PTAB Litigation

Jones Day, with one of the world’s largest full-service IP practices, is uniquely suited to handle the new litigation-style Post Grant Review proceedings at the U.S. Patent Office. Post Grant Review is a new form of administrative litigation proceeding for directly challenging the validity of an issued patent in a 12-18 month proceeding involving discovery, briefing, motions, and oral argument before a panel of administrative law judges (ALJ panel). Following a written opinion from the ALJ panel, appeal can be made directly to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals.

Our combination of deep patent litigation experience, thorough knowledge of the PTO and its procedures through our patent prosecution, reexamination, and interference teams, as well as our depth of experience in Federal Circuit and IP Appeals, makes the Firm an ideal choice for these new types of proceedings at the USPTO. 

 

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Contact(s)
David B. Cochran
Cleveland
+1.216.586.7029
Dale L. Rieger Ph.D.
San Diego
+1.858.314.1188
Krista S. Schwartz
San Francisco
+1.415.875.5826