TRW Automotive US LLC v. Magna Electronics, Inc., Case No. IPR2014-00293 (June 27, 2014) (Paper 18)

Takeaway(1): For patents added to a pending patent litigation through a motion to amend the complaint, the clock for the 35 U.S.C. § 315(b) one-year time bar starts when the motion is granted (not when the motion is first served).

Takeaway (2): A Patent Owner challenging a petition for failing to identify all real-parties-in-interest must provide a factual basis to support its allegation.

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Takeaway (1):

For patents added to a pending patent litigation through a motion to amend the complaint, the clock for the 35 U.S.C. § 315(b) one-year time bar starts when the motion is granted (not when the motion is first served).

Takeaway (2):

A Patent Owner challenging a petition for failing to identify all real-parties-in-interest must provide a factual basis to support its allegation. Continue reading “TRW Automotive US LLC v. Magna Electronics, Inc., Case No. IPR2014-00293 (June 27, 2014) (Paper 18)”