Commenting on how the newest addition to the Federal Circuit bench is helping his former colleagues at the District of Delaware, one of the busiest patent venues in the nation, prevent their docket from becoming overwhelmed, Washington, DC principal Blair Jacobs said, “It seems like a natural marriage at some level for him to volunteer to sit by designation on some of the cases that are pending in the District of Delaware. It also helps significantly in alleviating the transitional period that they would face not having a judge for about a year until the new judge is confirmed.” Read the article here.


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