IPRs are constitutional, US government claims
SCOTUS to mull constitutionality of IPRs
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With the US Supreme Court today hearing a constitutional argument that could reshape the patent system by eliminating inter partes review (IPR), WIPR explains how we got here and which way the court might rule.
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