Erise IP is pleased to announce the Patent Trial and Appeal Board issued a final written decision on behalf Unified Patents, holding that all but one dependent claim of a non-practicing entity’s patent is unpatentable.

Led by shareholders Jason Mudd and Eric Buresh, Erise IP filed the IPR a year ago on a patent that is “directed to a recommendation engine that generates a user profile based on a user’s interests and suggests content based on similar user profiles.”

The day before Erise filed its inter partes review, the PTAB denied institution of another IPR petition filed against the same patent by a major music business, which is currently in active litigation.