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Unanimous SCOTUS Ruling in Cuozzo Reaffirms PTO’s Broad Authority to Review Questionable Patents

"The Supreme Court today reaffirmed the U.S. Patent and Trademark’s Office’s broad authority under the America Invents Act to review the validity of questionable patents. The Court rejected two challenges to the PTO’s inter partes review, or IPR, proceeding, upholding the PTO’s use of the broadest reasonable interpretation standard for claim construction and concluding that the PTO’s decision to institute an IPR proceeding is final and not appealable."

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