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Synonyms for reexamination

(law) questioning of a witness by the party that called the witness after that witness has been subject to cross-examination

a subsequent examination of a patient for the purpose of monitoring earlier treatment

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Because the PTAB handles both IPRs and ex parte reexaminations, the IPR and the ex parte reexamination could be consolidated for efficiency's sake.
In cases reaching armed or unarmed Islamist organizations, reexaminations become a phase in the experience of self-criticism necessary to correct the course.
The means in which issues are divided can raise concerns under the Reexamination Clause.
A final resolution of the reexamination may take from several months to several years.
eBay's arguments establish that a reexamination request with the USPTO is protected by Texas' litigation privilege.
On the opposite side, if an ex parte reexamination is requested after litigation has begun, the Director will not approve the petition until a stay is issued.
Renewable chemicals and advanced biofuels company, Gevo Inc (NASDAQ:GEVO) disclosed on Thursday that the US Patent Office and Trademark (USPTO) denied a petition by Butamax Advanced Biofuels LLC (Butamax) to cancel the order granting Gevo's reexamination request of Butamax's US Patent No 7,851,188 ('188 Patent).
If the belief system to which members are dedicated won't stand up to critical reexamination, they had better reexamine it.
Administrative Proceedings in the Form of Ex Parte Reexamination, Post-Grant Review, and Inter Partes Review Proceedings before United States Patent and Trademark Office
OB), the co-owner of the Moore Microprocessor Patent Portfolio licensing partnership, announced on Wednesday that the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued a Notice of Intent to Issue Reexamination Certificate (NIRC) for US'584, confirming without amendment the validity of the patent over more than 270 references.
The authors also assert that the use of ex parte reexamination, instigated by the courts and administered by the USPTO, is an equally compelling means to resolve this issue.