With the enactment of the America Invents Act in 2011, came the creation of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and new administrative avenues for post-grant review of patent validity.

The PTAB has since elicited varied reactions, from being criticized by some as a “death squad” for patents, to being hailed by others as offering up faster and more cost effective proceedings than traditional district court patent litigation.

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