Scott McKeown, a prominent patent lawyer and blogger, has decamped from IP boutique Oblon, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt to take charge of Ropes & Gray’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board practice.

McKeown is an active litigator of inter partes review (IPR) and other post-grant proceedings that were launched five years ago by the America Invents Act. McKeown filed Google’s IPRs challenging the Rockstar Consortium patents (the cases settled) and has represented eBay, PayPal, Square and others before the board. All told he says he has personally handled 150 proceedings before the PTAB since 2012.

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