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Title 37Chapter ISubchapter APart 42


TITLE 37—Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights

CHAPTER I—UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 42—TRIAL PRACTICE BEFORE THE PATENT TRIAL AND APPEAL BOARD

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Subpart A—TRIAL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

General

§42.1
Policy.
§42.2
Definitions.
§42.3
Jurisdiction.
§42.4
Notice of trial.
§42.5
Conduct of the proceeding.
§42.6
Filing of documents, including exhibits; service.
§42.7
Management of the record.
§42.8
Mandatory notices.
§42.9
Action by patent owner.
§42.10
Counsel.
§42.11
Duty of candor.
§42.12
Sanctions.
§42.13
Citation of authority.
§42.14
Public availability.

Fees

§42.15
Fees.

Petition and Motion Practice

§42.20
Generally.
§42.21
Notice of basis for relief.
§42.22
Content of petitions and motions.
§42.23
Oppositions and replies.
§42.24
Page limits for petitions, motions, oppositions, and replies.
§42.25
Default filing times.

Testimony and Production

§42.51
Discovery.
§42.52
Compelling testimony and production.
§42.53
Taking testimony.
§42.54
Protective order.
§42.55
Confidential information in a petition.
§42.56
Expungement of confidential information.
§42.61
Admissibility.
§42.62
Applicability of the Federal rules of evidence.
§42.63
Form of evidence.
§42.64
Objection; motion to exclude; motion in limine.
§42.65
Expert testimony; tests and data.

Oral Argument, Decision, and Settlement

§42.70
Oral argument.
§42.71
Decision on petitions or motions.
§42.72
Termination of trial.
§42.73
Judgment.
§42.74
Settlement.

Certificate

§42.80
Certificate.
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Subpart B—INTER PARTES REVIEW

General

§42.100
Procedure; pendency.
§42.101
Who may petition for inter partes review.
§42.102
Time for filing.
§42.103
Inter partes review fee.
§42.104
Content of petition.
§42.105
Service of petition.
§42.106
Filing date.
§42.107
Preliminary response to petition.

Instituting Inter Partes Review

§42.108
Institution of inter partes review.

After Institution of Inter Partes Review

§42.120
Patent owner response.
§42.121
Amendment of the patent.
§42.122
Multiple proceedings and Joinder.
§42.123
Filing of supplemental information.
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Subpart C—POST-GRANT REVIEW

General

§42.200
Procedure; pendency.
§42.201
Who may petition for a post-grant review.
§42.202
Time for filing.
§42.203
Post-grant review fee.
§42.204
Content of petition.
§42.205
Service of petition.
§42.206
Filing date.
§42.207
Preliminary response to petition.

Instituting Post-Grant Review

§42.208
Institution of post-grant review.

After Institution of Post-Grant Review

§42.220
Patent owner response.
§42.221
Amendment of the patent.
§42.222
Multiple proceedings and Joinder.
§42.223
Filing of supplemental information.
§42.224
Discovery.
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Subpart D—TRANSITIONAL PROGRAM FOR COVERED BUSINESS METHOD PATENTS

§42.300
Procedure; pendency.
§42.301
Definitions.
§42.302
Who may petition for a covered business method patent review.
§42.303
Time for filing.
§42.304
Content of petition.
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Subpart E—DERIVATION

§42.400
Procedure; pendency
§42.401
Definitions.
§42.402
Who may file a petition for a derivation proceeding.
§42.403
Time for filing.
§42.404
Derivation fee.
§42.405
Content of petition.
§42.406
Service of petition.
§42.407
Filing date.

Instituting Derivation Proceeding

§42.408
Institution of derivation proceeding.

After Institution of Derivation Proceeding

§42.409
Settlement agreements.
§42.410
Arbitration.
§42.411
Common interests in the invention.
§42.412
Public availability of Board records.


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