Challenging Prior Art Status In Post-Grant Proceedings

This article reviews the process used by patent owners to challenge whether a reference qualifies as a prior art printed publication and how a petitioner can establish that a reference is a prior art printed publication and concludes with practical advice for both petitioners and patent owners in dealing with challenges to a reference’s status as a prior art printed publication.

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