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Congress Last Resort On IPRs After Supreme Court Backs Patent Board

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Biopharmaceutical industry lobbying efforts are expected to jump into overdrive on Capitol Hill to get Congress to ban the use of the broadest reasonable interpretation by the US Patent & Trademark Office Patent Trial and Appeal Board after the Supreme Court backed the standard for conducting inter partes reviews – trial proceedings created five years ago to be a faster and more affordable alternative to challenging patents in the courts.

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