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Flaws in the IPR process give rise to some very inventive patent solutions


September 2017

Matthew I. Kreeger advises in the BioWorld article “Flaws in the IPR process give rise to some very inventive patent solutions” that Allergan’s decision to hand over key patents to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe “is a very aggressive strategy” that’s likely to have patent attorneys throughout the U.S. “hitting the books on tribal sovereign immunity.”

Mr. Kreeger also predicts the strategy won’t just be limited to life sciences, but rather a large number of industries that will welcome a way around the inter partes review process.

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