Like ex parte re-examination, inter partes review can only be used for an anticipatory challenge based on patents or printed publications.
What does IPR stand for?
IPR stands for Inter Partes Review (patents)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 223 other meanings of IPR in our Acronym Attic
- Institutional Planning and Research (various locations)
- Institutional Portfolio Research (finance publisher)
- Integrated Pollution Register (Czech Republic)
- Integrated Pollution Regulation
- Integrated Process Review
- Intellectual Property Rights
- Intellectual Property Rights Working Group (IETF)
- Intelligence Production Requirement
- Intended Place of Residence
- Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Coverage encompasses the first-to-file provisions, derivation and derivation proceedings, changes impacting patent prosecution, transitional programs for covered business methods, inter partes review and post-grant review, provisions related to litigation, and other components of the AIA.
will have numerous different procedures for postgrant proceedings of issued patents including: post-grant review, derivation proceedings, inter partes review, ex parte re-examination and supplemental examination.
Navigating the New USPTO Rules Governing Inter Partes Review (2257IP) Live web cast: December 19, 2012 (12:00 noon ET) Dan Foster and Leigh Martinson, McDermott Will & Emery LLP, discuss the America Invents Act's newly-established procedures (which became effective September 16, 2012) for Inter Partes Review, which provide alternatives to litigation to challenge the validity of a patent issued by the U.
236) Congress granted the USPTO general authority to "carry out" provisions of the Patent Act but (1) it only did so with respect to the post-grant review and inter partes review provisions and (2) Congress instructed the USPTO to carry out these provisions within one year of the enactment of the America Invents Act.