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Jo Dale Carothers Quoted in Law360

January 10 2020

Jo Dale Carothers was recently quoted in a Law360 article after a recent Precendential Opinion Panel decision for patent petitions for inter partes review (IPR) on whether copyright and ISBN are sufficient evidence for printed reference material as having been “publicly available”. Jo Dale speaks about the ruling stating, “I feel that people will have to proceed with more caution than they would have needed to before.”  Find out more by reading the complete article here.