Bob Abrahamsen

Bob Abrahamsen’s practice focuses on the enforcement and defense of intellectual property rights. Bob is knowledgeable and experienced in the fields of patents, trademarks, trade dress, unfair competition, copyrights, and trade secrets. He has advised clients in a variety of industries including semiconductor technologies, integrated circuit design, data storage systems, collaboration software, X-ray imaging and MRI technologies, electronic payment systems, medical devices, and fitness monitoring equipment.
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PTO and Cuozzo Engage in War of Words Before Supreme Court

Posted by Bob Abrahamsen on Mar 29, 2016

Bob Abrahamsen

Last week, the United States Patent & Trademark Office filed its merits brief with the Supreme Court in Cuozzo Speed Technologies, LLC v. Lee. Cuozzo previously filed its merits brief on February 22, setting up a clash in viewpoints over basic elements of the post-grant review process established by the AIA. A close look at the wording of the briefs, however, suggests that the resolution of the case may turn on a much more nuanced consideration of whether post-grant trials determine “invalidity” of claims versus “unpatentability.”

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Topics: Broadest Reasonable Interpretation Standard

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