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IPR Time Bar Triggered Even If Party Serving Complaint Lacks Standing, PTAB Litigation Blog

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The PTAB Precedential Opinion Panel ("POP") has concluded that the one-year time bar for filing an IPR petition under 35 U.S.C. § 315(b) is triggered by the service of a complaint alleging infringement even if "the serving party lacks standing to sue or the pleading is otherwise deficient."

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