So a Petitioner files an IPR with new art combinations that weren’t considered during prosecution, including some new references that weren’t applied by the Examiner. Sounds like a good start to a Petition, right? Think again. A recent IPR got denied under 35 U.S.C. § 325(d) for doing that.
Now stop and let that sink in. An IPR was denied under 325(d) despite citing new art and combinations.… More