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US Supreme Court Gives PTO Director Chance To Impact Outcome Of Patent Disputes

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High court finds PTAB judges were unconstitutionally appointed; ruling is unlikely to benefit one party over another in inter partes review proceedings, attorneys say, but that could depend on the director. PTO is expected to provide guidance on how and when to request review of Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions.

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