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Hogan Lovells Publications

Introducing the U.S. + Germany Patent Newsletter

The prominent state of patent litigation in the United States and Germany is explained not only by the size of its markets, but also by a recent increase of hearings before the U.S....

Published Works

Allergan saga takes another twist

The sovereign immunity defence for IPRs has garnered much attention, with the final chapter likely ending up at SCOTUS. Last September, Allergan and the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe (tribe)...

Published Works

The year ahead for PTAB

Joseph Raffetto, Arlene L Chow, and Corey T Leggett contributed an article to Intellectual Property Magazine on the year ahead for PTAB.

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PTAB: Tribal sovereign immunity does not provide a basis to terminate IPRs

On February 23, 2018, in a much-anticipated decision, the PTAB ruled that tribal sovereign immunity could not be used to shield certain Allergan Inc. (“Allergan”) patents from...

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Time to Simplify Patent Challenges (Perspective)

The America Invents Act became law roughly five years ago, and with its implementation came new administrative proceedings by which companies may challenge the validity of patents at the...

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As auto & technology IP converge, will Detroit & Silicon Valley unite?

As technology steers the automotive industry and Silicon Valley onto the same track, big players find themselves at a crossroads – are they on the cusp of the next IP battleground or...

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USPTO issues new rules for post-grant proceedings effective May 2

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) issued amendments to its “Rules of Practice for Trials before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board” for IPR, CBM, and PGR proceedings,...

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