In light of a big patent decision changing the appellate review standard for claims construction disputes, the U.S. Supreme Court today remanded three cases back to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit—one of them a hard-fought Texas case.

One of the cases vacated and remanded to the Federal Circuit on Jan. 26 was Lighting Ballast Control v. Universal Lighting Technologies, in which a Texas litigant had hired appellate wizards Paul Clement and George Hicks Jr. to make their case before the high court.

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