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Early signs show that US v Arthrex is unlikely to herald a spate of inter partes reviews, but may fuel uncertainty around the scope of the acting USPTO director’s role, lawyers have told WIPR.
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Arthrex, SCOTUS, Drew Hirshfeld, USPTO, patents