Invalidation Of Patent Deemed Not To Moot IPR, PTAB Litigation Blog

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A PTAB panel recently denied Linquet Technologies, Inc.’s (“Patent Owner”) motion to dismiss an IPR proceeding as moot despite a district court having already invalidated the patent because the final written decision had effects beyond the patent at issue and the motion to dismiss was filed after the PTAB had substantively completed the final written decision.  Tile Inc., v. Linquet Technologies, Inc., IPR2021-00927, Paper 52 (PTAB Nov. 16, 2022) (“Order”).

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