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Jacqueline Wright Bonilla, an administrative judge at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), has told the BIO International Convention that despite inter partes review (IPR) proceedings appearing to favour petitioners, the USPTO is not pro-petitioner, patent owner or even IPR.
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Inter partes review, USPTO, Jacqueline Wright Bonilla, Kyle Bass, 2015 BIO International Convention, BIO 2015