a director and practice group leader in Sterne Kessler’s Electronics Practice Group, provides strategic counsel from a quarter century of patent experience gained before law school as an examiner, during law school as a patent agent and extern at the Ohio Supreme Court, and after law school in private practice. Jason leveraged his nearly two hundred PTO Litigation proceedings, both AIA and reexaminations, as co-editor and author of several chapters of the Second Edition of Patent Office Litigation (Thomson Reuters, 2017).
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Capella Photonics, Inc. has filed a petition for certiorari arguing that the Federal Circuit’s practice of issuing judgments without opinion pursuant to Federal Circuit Rule 36 in appeals from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board violates 35 U.S.C. § 144, which provides that the Federal Circuit “shall issue . . . its mandate and opinion” to the PTO in such appeals.