Law360 featured Armond Wilson’s expert analysis of recent trends by federal courts in staying patent litigation pending resolution of IPR proceeding.
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Law360 featured Armond Wilson’s Federal Circuit opening appeal brief requesting that the appellate court overturn the Board’s IPR decision below.
The district court’s axing of claims in the ‘245 patent won’t impact the current Federal Circuit appeal, which addressed a different set of claims, Michelle Armond, founding partner at Armond Wilson LLP, said.
Both [Federal Circuit] rulings focused on “claim language that didn’t have a well understood meaning in the technical field,” Michelle Armond, founding partner at Armond Wilson LLP, said. “Each adopted a very different technique to deal with that.”
Doug Wilson was again recognized as a top IP lawyer in the United States in the Best Lawyers in America.
Michelle Armond, a partner at Armond Wilson and former clerk for Judge Richard Linn of the Federal Circuit, said selecting appellate lawyers is a very complex problem.... “But if you are asking me today, can AI correctly discern the right appellate counsel for every appeal? We are definitely not there yet.”
After a full trial at the Patent Office, Douglas Wilson defeated five separate IPR petitions and saved all challenged claims in a portfolio of four secure messaging patents.
“As I read it, the concurrence is sending a very strong signal that the Supreme Court should weigh in on this issue and provide some guidance on standing in the administrative context,” Michelle Armond said.
“Standing is percolating up a lot,” Michelle Armond of Armond Wilson LLP said. “It's showing up in these IPR disputes, and I think the Federal Circuit is starting to pay a lot of attention to this.”