Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. This week I’m going Roger Ebert on you and offering a few reflections on “Invalidated,“ a motion picture that gives voice to inventor and conservative concerns about the direction of the U.S. patent system. Let’s get right to it. Remember that you can always email me your thoughts and feedback (and I’m guessing there will be a lot this week) and follow me on Twitter.
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The Case Against the PTAB
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