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Supreme Court May Find Patent Board Judges Unconstitutionally Appointed But Favor Narrow Fix

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During oral argument in the Arthrex case, several justices seemed to agree with the Federal Circuit that PTAB judges should have been appointed by the president. They could opt to get around the problem by enabling the PTO director to review all panel decisions.

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