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Patent Office to Hold Remote Meetings ‘Until Further Notice,’ Bloomberg Law

The final in-person oral hearing that happens at the end of an inter partes review “is going to be an absolute mess,” said Michelle Armond, co-founder of the intellectual property litigation firm Armond Wilson LLP….  Attorneys may have to change their strategy for telephonic proceedings [in view of the coronavirus], Armond said.

By |2020-03-30T09:03:38-07:00March 13th, 2020|In the Media|0 Comments

$1.1 Billion CalTech Infringement Win Shows Patent Board Perils, Bloomberg Law

Even when an accused infringer can’t convince jurors an invention is obvious, simply making those arguments and showing them the evidence can change their perception of the technology’s value, intellectual property attorney Douglas Wilson said. “The value goes down in the jurors’ minds when they get to see how close the prior art was,” Wilson, a founding partner of Armond Wilson LLP, said.

By |2020-03-13T14:54:16-07:00February 7th, 2020|In the Media|0 Comments