By John Evans

On Monday, the Federal Circuit issued a per curiam order denying en banc rehearing that had been requested by all three of the parties to the Arthrex decision, where the Federal Circuit found that PTAB ALJs had been unconstitutional appointments.  The Jones Day PTAB Litigation Blog will provide further insight and analysis shortly.

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John is a trial lawyer having represented clients in many high-stakes and complex intellectual property matters throughout the country including Section 337 investigations in the U.S. International Trade Commission. He has represented clients in cases involving both utility and design patents, and has significant experience in litigation matters covering many fields, including pharmaceuticals, surgical implants, flash memory, computer peripherals, digital televisions, integrated circuits, and insurance, as well as vacuum cleaner, footwear, and lip balm design.

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