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Thryv, Inc v Click-to-Call Technologies, LP

Intellectual Property Magazine

Thryv, Inc v Click-to-Call Technologies, LP

Supreme Court of the US - 20 April 2020

The US statute governing inter partes review (IPR) proceedings includes a one-year time bar limitation in 35 USC section 315(b), which provides that an IPR “may not be instituted if the petition requesting the proceeding is filed more than one year after the date on which the petitioner, real party in interest, or privy of the petitioner is served with a complaint alleging infringement of the patent.”

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