CCIA Joins Amicus Brief In SCOTUS Patent Case That Could Remove Tool To Combat Patent Trolls

BY Heather Greenfield
October 31, 2017

Washington – The Computer & Communications Industry Association joined a Supreme Court amicus brief filed Monday evening in a patent case that is being closely watched by the thousands of companies sued every year by those abusing the patent system.

The case will determine whether inter partes review (IPR) is constitutional. CCIA and others believe IPR is a crucial tool to fight poor quality patents, which are often used in abusive litigation.

For additional information, please see CCIA Patent Counsel Josh Landau’s blog post today.

 

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