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How Can A UK Witness Be Made To Testify In US Legal Proceedings?
Under the Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil or Commercial Matters ("Hague Evidence Convention")
European Union
12 Jun 2019
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Examining The Examiner Interview
Compact or streamlined prosecution is in vogue in prosecution circles these days. While examiner interviews are a tried and true "old" tool in a prosecutor's tool box...
United States
15 Jun 2017
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New Privilege Considerations For Korean Patent Practitioners
In patent litigation cases involving foreign parties, issues on whether the attorney-client privilege applies to foreign IP professionals may arise during discovery.
United States
25 Apr 2017
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Attorney-Client Communications Can Be Privileged And Protected From Production Even When They Contain Discoverable Facts
Entire communications between attorneys and their clients can be protected by the attorney-client privilege even when they contain a mix of discoverable facts and privileged legal advice.
United States
22 Jul 2016
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Nonattorney Patent-Agent Privilege Recognized By The Federal Circuit
During the course of discovery in a patent infringement suit in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Petitioner Queen's University withheld certain communications with its registered nonattorney patent agents.
United States
29 Apr 2016
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TTAB Says Parties Cannot Unilaterally Redact Irrelevant And Confidential Information In Document Production
The TTAB recently granted a motion to compel production of unredacted versions of documents on the ground that redaction of information deemed confidential or irrelevant is contrary to liberal discovery policies.
United States
21 Mar 2016
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PTAB And Discovery: An Insiderís Perspective
Recently, APJs Bonilla and Snedden authored a post on the USPTO AIA Blog entitled "Routine and Additional Discovery in AIA Trial Proceedings: What is the Difference?"
United States
22 Oct 2014
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Evidence During Testimony Period Must Be Properly Submitted
The TTAB highlighted several pitfalls surrounding the proper submission of declarations and exhibits during the testimony period.
United States
1 May 2014
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Good Faith Effort To Resolve Discovery Dispute Requires More Than A Single Email
In a precedential decision, the TTAB weighed in on what qualifies as a "good faith effort" to resolve a discovery dispute.
United States
14 Apr 2014
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USPTO Faces Litigation For Denial Of IPR Petitions
AIA, APA, denial of an IPR petition, EDVA, expert declaration, Inter Partes Review, IPR, PTAB, reasonable likelihood, rehearing, USPTO
United States
22 Nov 2013
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To Stay Or Not To Stay During Inter Partes Review?
Recent data relating to the recently instituted inters partes review proceedings demonstrates that more than 70% of requests for stay of co-pending litigations have been granted.
United States
8 Jul 2013
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Trade Secret Identification: The Importance of Timing in Discovery
In many cases, a trade secret plaintiff may avoid identifying its alleged trade secrets with particularity until late in discovery.
United States
8 Mar 2005
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