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The Supreme Court May Have Taken One Part of PTAB Reform Off The Table For Now

April 26, 2018, Intellectual Asset Management

Scott Kamholz is quoted in an Intellectual Asset Management article regarding the Supreme Court's decision in Oil States Energy Services v. Greene’s Energy Group. In this case, the Court decided that inter partes review does not violate Article III or the Seventh Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. “I have to say that Justice Thomas engaged in Supreme Court best practices by taking care to point out the limits of this decision,” Kamholz says. "The Court reaffirms that a patent is a public right and also reaffirms that there is no constitutional entitlement for a dispute touching a public right to be heard by an Article III tribunal – period.”

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