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March 02, 2021


Thank you for such a thorough summary of the oral arguments in Arthrex. One thing is clear, another Sup. Ct. rejection of the unrealistic dream that they are going to throw out the entire IPR system.

Mr. Morgan,

Another snipe from the sidelines from you?

While I am not surprised, you may do 'readers' some small favor by actually providing a tidbit of the actual rationales discussed (not by you, since you do not actually bother to engage in real discussions of merit) as to why an issue of severeability (or a choice by Congress NOT to have such) would impact the issue here.

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