The 2017 term at the U.S. Supreme Court looks to be a quiet one for intellectual property. But with one potential bang in the middle.
The high court has put only two IP cases on its docket thus far. Last year, it heard eight. Both of this year’s cases involve the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and will be argued Nov. 27. There aren’t many other obvious IP candidates on the immediate horizon, other than a wonky extraterritoriality case that the court has referred to the solicitor general for a recommendation.
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