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Ex Parte Reexamination, Post-Grant Review, and Inter Partes Review Before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
Courts generally weigh three factors when deciding whether to grant a stay pending ex parte reexamination of the patent at issue: "(1) whether a stay would unduly prejudice or present a clear tactical disadvantage to the non-moving party; (2) whether a stay will simplify the issues in question and trial of the case; and (3) whether discovery is complete and whether a trial date has been set.
6,080,119 following a third party's ex parte reexamination request.
Instituting an ex parte reexamination presents a viable strategy for a party seeking to invalidate an issued patent, even in the face of a CNS.
On 12/22/2010 a compliant Request for Ex Parte Reexamination was filed challenging the patentability of each of the 20 claims contained in U.
Patent and Trademark Office ("Patent Office") concluded an ex parte reexamination of TransData's U.
a leader in secure web gateway products and the provider of a unified web security solution for the enterprise market, announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) has issued a Notice of Intent to Issue Ex Parte Reexamination Certificate in the reexamination of its U.
Mercury Cable and Energy ("Mercury Cable") announces that it has filed a Request for Ex Parte Reexamination of the Composite Technology Corporation (OTCBB:CPTC) U.
The Remote Power Patent was reexamined by the USPTO based on an unknown third party's request for ex parte reexamination of certain claims of the Remote Power Patent.
The Remote Power Patent had been reexamined by the USPTO as a result of an unknown third party's request for ex parte reexamination of certain claims of the Remote Power Patent, which was granted by the USPTO in September 2012.
In its findings, the Court stated: "On June 16, 2009, Mercury filed petitions for ex parte reexamination of the Patents-in-Suit with the U.