Scott Boalick, chief administrative patent judge of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. (Courtesy photo: Jay Premack/USPTO)
It took two years and a last-minute substitution of judges for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to rule that RPX Corp. was too close to a dues-paying member to bring a patent validity challenge.
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