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En banc Federal Circuit issues USPTO attorneys’ fees ruling

Michael Loney, New York


Nantkwest v Iancu opinion states patent applicants that bring Section 145 challenges in district court are not compelled to pay USPTO attorneys’ fees

The Federal Circuit has ruled that patent applicants that bring Section 145 challenges in district court are not compelled to pay USPTO attorneys’ fees, in the en banc Nantkwest v Iancu opinion

The 7-4 opinion was written by Judge Stoll...


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