Dmitry Karshtedt, GW Law Associate Professor of Law. Photo: Courtesy Photo

The Supreme Court’s decision Tuesday to grant cert in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office appointments clause cases surprised no one in the patent world. With the Federal Circuit having partly invalidated an act of Congress over constitutional concerns, with both parties and the government petitioning for cert, Supreme Court intervention was a foregone conclusion.

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