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6,591,111, in response to the objection of global land mobile radio communications solutions provider Hytera.
– May 15, 2019) - The United States’ Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) has invalidated a key claim within Motorola Solutions’ (MSI) Patent No.
Thus far, the percentage of petitions for review that have been granted has dipped below 70 percent for 2016, and the percentage of cases in which the PTAB has invalidated all instituted claims is hovering around 70 percent, in line with the 2014 level and below the 2015 rate of 75 percent.Further, MSI continues to use the United States legal system inappropriately as a front in a quest to maintain its monopoly over two-way land mobile radios in the United States.“Despite Motorola Solutions’ press statements, not only do these patent decisions have zero effect on Hytera’s current products, customers or dealers, the PTAB invalidated key claims on a patent MSI knew all along is about to expire anyway,” said Tom Wineland, Vice President, Sales for Hytera.“It makes an educated industry observer seriously question the goals of MSI’s litigation.”Hytera believes Motorola Solutions’ use of omission and exaggeration in its press statements is aimed at confusing buyers and interfering with its ability to serve its dealers. It also intends to appeal the decisions on both the ’284 and ’991 applications.“The fact is, Hytera is succeeding in expanding choice for land mobile radio buyers, regardless of our competitor’s efforts,” added Wineland. After a period of high invalidation rates, especially when compared to international jurisdictions, 2016 may see fewer PTAB-invalidated patents, indicating that the post-issuance proceedings may finally be filling the role envisioned for them and further aligning U. NPEs have grown from a cottage industry into the source of the majority of all patent litigation in the United States. This decision, coupled with PTAB proceedings, has led to patent invalidations at a rate that gives pause to even the most outspoken critics of patent quality and "patent trolls." A comparison between PTAB proceedings and their equivalents in other major jurisdictions reveals that the high invalidation rate is unique to the U. While IPR, CBM and PGR procedures are similar in form and substance, each has a somewhat different aim.
Similar estoppel measures are available for PGRs and CBMs. procedures dovetail with other post-issuance patent challenge procedures in major patent offices around the world.