Chief Patent Judge Discusses Board's Growing Pains

Faced with an enormous caseload and a damning inspector general's report, James Smith, the chief administrative patent judge of the new Patent Trial and Appeal Board, on Thursday said the court was focused on building a “more efficient and effective structure” and issuing “high-quality legal decisions.”

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