By Josh Rich — AVX Corporation and Presidio Components are long-standing competitors in the market for electronic components, including capacitors. Their competition has caused animosity, which in turn has resulted in patent infringement litigation. And that litigation led AVX to challenge one of Presidio’s patents, U.S. Patent No. 6,661,639, through inter partes review. The Patent Trial and Appeal Board rendered a split decision, and AVX appealed to the Federal Circuit. Rather than a substantive resolution on the merits, however, the Federal Circuit decided that AVX lacked standing and dismissed the appeal. Over the past five years, the Federal Circuit has…
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