Update: Does § 315(e)(2) Say What It Means and Mean What It Says?, PTAB Litigation Blog
When an IPR petition results in a final written decision, the IPR petitioner (or the petitioner’s real party in interest or privy) is estopped from asserting in a civil litigation or an ITC action that "the claim is invalid on any ground that the petitioner raised or reasonably could have raised during that inter partes review."
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