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The America Invents Act of 2011 dramatically altered U.S. patent law, adding three new trial-like procedures by which aggrieved parties have a means of administratively challenging the patentability of issued patents. With one type— the covered business method (CBM) review—Congress sent a message that a certain subset of patents is likely unpatentable and deserves special consideration. Congress also dictated how courts were to analyze stays related to covered business methods during post-grantdoi:10.7916/stlr.v17i1.4002 fatcat:agwg5lsfrzcsvgce25xf4bl5km