Takeaway: The statutory provision that sets forth the requirement to identify all real parties-in-interest in an IPR petition, 35 U.S.C. §312(a)(2), is not jurisdictional in nature. Failing to comply with this requirement thus does not deprive the Board of jurisdiction to hear a case.
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