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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s (PTAB) inter partes review (IPR) process is not too friendly to parties challenging registered US patents, WIPR readers have claimed.
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PTAB; IPR; patents; USPTO; CAFC; Seventh Amendment; constitution; Kyle Bass