Supreme Court Seems Unconvinced USPTO Should Receive Attorneys' Fees In District Court Litigation
Justices question why it took 170 years for the patent office to seek attorneys' fees from patent applicants who challenge its decisions in district court; USPTO acknowledges the delay is 'atmospherically unhelpful.'
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