Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Launches Post-Grant Proceedings Website
Kilpatrick Townsend’s Intellectual Property Practice launched a new Post-Grant Proceedings website, www.kilpatrickpostgrant.com. The website is the definitive guide on the latest developments at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and Kilpatrick Townsend’s Post-Grant Proceedings practice. In addition to general information on all types of post-grant proceedings resulting from the America Invents Act (AIA), the site features alerts that analyze decisions and rules changes at the USPTO as well as resources and practice tips to help clients navigate their way through the challenging post AIA landscape.
Since the enactment of the AIA, Kilpatrick Townsend has represented clients in nearly 100 inter partes review (IPR) and covered business method (CBM) proceedings. Kilpatrick Townsend has become the number one firm in blocking institutions of IPRs for patent owners*. Law.com recognizes us as one of the top law firms in total IPR institutions for petitioners, please click here to read the article. Our experience representing patent owners allows us to anticipate attacks on the petition when representing petitioners, and vice-versa.
Kilpatrick Townsend’s Post-Grant Team consists of more than 50 attorneys focused specifically on patent reexaminations and the new IPR and post-grant review (PGR) proceedings. Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys bring a wealth of legacy in inter partes and ex parte reexamination experience, and have an intimate familiarity with USPTO rules and procedures as well as technical expertise in all patented subject areas. For more information, please visit, www.kilpatrickpostgrant.com.
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*Law.com reports that Kilpatrick Townsend “helped patent owners beat back 10 out of 17 petitions without a trial” and the chart shows a higher success rate than any other firm that has done a significant number of IPRs.
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