On March 31 2017 the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit declined to review its decision affirming the district court’s award of attorneys’ fees to the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), approving the new USPTO policy of requesting attorneys’ fees from applicants that appeal to the US district courts.

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