Bloomberg Law writes, “Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions on whether validity challenges were filed on time aren’t reviewable by an appellate court, the Supreme Court said in a decision that could shield a range of board actions from judicial review. The Supreme Court in a 7-2 decision in Thryv, Inc. v. Click-To-Call Technologies, LP concluded that a federal patent law provision that the PTAB’s decision to institute inter partes review of a patent is unappealable precludes review of a time-bar determination.”

Director Pauline M. Pelletier was quoted in the article “High Court Patent Ruling Could Set Broader Appeal Limits (2),” published by Bloomberg Law.