PTAB weighs fight against print publications in wireless tech case

By Britain Eakin (July 13, 2022, 8:06 p.m. EDT) – A panel of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board on Wednesday rejected Dali Wireless’s argument that Corning Optical Communications should not be allowed to press a print publication to invalidate Dali’s distributed antenna system patent because it was not publicly available.

A three-judge PTAB panel was considering Corning’s challenge to the patent in an inter partes review, which it requested after Dali accused the New York-based company of infringement in a lawsuit filed in December 2020 in the Western District of Texas. U.S. District Judge Alan Albright, who rarely grants stays in patent cases, agreed to stay Dali’s lawsuit pending the final outcome…

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