Commenting on The Patent and Appeal Board's potential response to challenges to VLSI Technology LLC patents worth over $2 billion with VLSI accusing an opponent of trying to tank a case and the opponent claiming a confidentiality breach, Washington, D.C. principal Nick Matich said, "...there is a broader issue with PTAB rules that allow virtually anyone to challenge a patent. Were VLSI facing Intel directly and they wanted to settle, Intel could take a license, pay a fee, and both sides would move to dismiss the review."  Read the article here.


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