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Another Bite? CAFC Allows Expansion of Arguments in Reply, PTAB Litigation Blog

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In a recent decision, the Federal Circuit found no abuse of discretion by the Board when it allowed Apple to expand its analogous art contention in its IPR reply, finding that the Board’s decision did not run afoul of the “newness” nor “responsiveness” restrictions governing what a petitioner may include in its reply.  See Corephotonics, Ltd. v. Apple Inc., 84 F.4th 990 (Fed. Cir. 2023).

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