Josh Curry, William Mauke Published in IP Litigator

(December 26, 2018) – Atlanta Partner Josh Curry and Denver Associate William Mauke were recently published by the IP Litigator, a bi-monthly periodical devoted to IP litigation and enforcement. Their article, titled “Federal Circuit Rules that One-Year Time Bar to File an IPR Begins on Date Complaint Served Regardless of Post-Service Activities,” appeared in the November/December 2018 edition of the publication. Messrs. Curry and Mauke were approached to write the article after a legal alert they had previously authored drew the interest of the IP Litigator's editorial board.

The article discusses the impact of the Click-to-Call Technologies case in which the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit overturned the Patent Trial and Appeals Board regarding the one-year time period to file a petition for Inter Partes Review (IPR). You can read the full IP Litigator article here.

A recap and update on this major decision was also discussed in a post on Lewis Brisbois’ new IP & Technology Blog.

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