Staying Still: District Court Extends Stay Pending Appeal, PTAB Litigation Blog
District courts commonly stay patent litigation cases pending inter parties review (IPR) that assesses the validity of the patents-in-suit before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Such stay may be lifted or extended at district courts’ discretion depending on the circumstances of the IPR.
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