The Supreme Court granted certiorari on June 12, 2017, on whether inter partes review violates the U.S. Constitution by extinguishing private property rights through a non-Article III forum without a jury. Baker Botts IP partner Wayne Stacy is available to discuss the most relevant facets of the Oil States case, including:
- The constitutionality of having an Article I tribunal extinguish patent rights.
- Why the grant of certiorari in this case is particularly noteworthy.
- Why patent owners need to know the significance of this case.
- The repercussions to existing district court cases if the SCT finds the process unconstitutional
Baker Botts IP lawyers will hold a webinar on Thursday, June 29, at 11am CDT where they will discuss Oil States and other IP cases to watch in 2017, and also provide analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decisions concerning IP and patent law cases.
With over 180 IP lawyers and patent professionals, holding over 200 technical degrees, Baker Botts has an incredibly deep bench of practitioners with a wealth of experience in patent litigation, patent prosecution and post-grant proceedings. Learn more about Baker Botts’ IP practice.
Baker Botts IP lawyers are available to speak about the implications of the case.
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