Tag Archives: cross-examination

Rolling the Dice on Foreign Depositions in IPR Proceedings

In litigation, it is not uncommon for depositions to be taken outside the U.S., particularly when a given witness resides outside the U.S. and cannot or does not wish to travel to the U.S. In IPR proceedings, however, a foreign-based witness’s testimony may be discarded if the witness won’t come to the U.S. for a … Continue reading this entry

USPTO Proposes Extensive Changes to AIA Post-Grant Proceedings

Today the USPTO released a 113-page set of proposed changes to AIA post-grant proceedings, including IPR, PGR and CBM proceedings. The USPTO has been attempting to address concerns expressed by the public, having implemented an earlier set of “quick fix” rules changes on May 19th. The prior and newly proposed rule changes may impact proposed legislative changes being debated … Continue reading this entry