Erise IP Obtains Another Victory for Unified Patents in PTAB Final Written Decision


Erise IP shareholders Eric Buresh and Jason Mudd and associate Hunter Horton secured a victory on behalf of Unified Patents after the Patent Trial and Appeal Board issued a final written decision that numerous claims of a non-practicing entity’s patent are invalid.

The patent at the center of the IPR relates to a “system, apparatus, and methods for proactive allocation of wireless communication resources.” It has also been asserted in the Eastern District of Texas against two large telecommunications companies.

Buresh, Mudd, and Horton were able to successfully demonstrate that the claims would have been obvious over the prior art at the time the alleged invention was made.