Patent Office Trials

Since the America Invents Act’s new post-grant procedures were implemented in 2012, Haynes and Boone’s Intellectual Property (IP) Practice has been a leader in helping clients protect their patents and invalidate others’ claims both at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and in concurrent patent litigation in the federal courts.

Haynes and Boone lawyers have been involved in over 200 IPR and CBM proceedings before the PTAB, most of which involve patents that are concurrently involved in litigation. In fact, of the top 20 law firms filing IPRs on behalf of the Petitioner, Haynes and Boone has the highest institution rate (95 percent) and the highest final decision rate (97 percent) for canceling claims (Docket Alarm, 2017).

Our clients span a variety of industries, but our IP team has particular experience and background in technology and software matters, including cases involving hand-held computing devices, operating systems, semiconductors and wireless communication. We have represented some of the largest and most well-known global technology companies, including AT&T, Cisco, Ericsson, Google, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, Micron, NVIDIA, Rackspace, Samsung, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Versata and Xilinx.

With one of the largest IP teams of any full-service law firm in the United States, we are able to readily create teams of talented patent litigators and patent lawyers, as well as others, to best represent our clients in post-grant proceedings. As these new USPTO post-grant remedies mature and evolve, these carefully tailored teams will become more vital to clients, given both the technical knowledge required and litigation skill needed to navigate successfully discovery rules and procedures before the PTAB.

Our team regularly represents clients from a wide array of industries and sectors, including:

  • Computer hardware and software
  • Electronics manufacturing
  • Energy services
  • Imaging technology
  • Medical Devices
  • Networking equipment
  • Semiconductors
  • Telecommunications

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