Commenting on a PTAB decision finding that a VLSI patent that a jury said Intel owed $675 million for infringing was invalid, Washington, DC Principal Nick Matich said that “the whole situation puts an exclamation point on two fundamental flaws in the AIA [America Invents Act]: the absence of any standing requirement and the potential for repeated challenges to the same patent.” He added that “leaving patent rights open to never-ending validity challenges is destabilizing and destroys the incentives patent rights are meant to create.” Click here to read the full article.


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