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US Supreme Court hears argument on whether Patent Office can collect employees’ salaries in defending district court actions

October 14, 2019

Los Angeles & San Fransico's Daily Journal (October 9, 2019) -- publishes Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein's Charles Macedo, Christopher Lisiewski and Chandler Sturm's article on the Supreme Court Hearing Whether Patent Office Can Collect Employees’ Salaries In Defending District Court Actions – Even When The Patent Office Is Wrong.

The latest term of the Supreme Court began with the high court answering the peculiar question of whether the Government can recoup the salaries of its staff attorneys and paralegals from an adversary in a district court proceeding challenging an adverse decision by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“Patent Office”) in Federal Court–even when the adversary wins the challenge. See Peters v. Nantkwest, Inc., No. 18-801 (U.S. argued October 7, 2019).

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