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PTAB Designates Two §325(d) Opinions Precedential, One Informative, PTAB Litigation Blog

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Last week, the PTAB designated two 35 U.S.C. § 325(d) cases precedential and one informative.  These cases discuss the Board’s process for deciding when to use their discretion to deny institution because a Petition raises issues that the Patent Office previously considered in other proceedings (e.g., during prosecution, prior reexams).

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