Kenneth Weatherwax, co-managing partner at Lowenstein & Weatherwax LLP, was quoted in a December 29, 2020 article by Scott Graham in The Recorder, California’s leading legal periodical, regarding predictions for what the future holds for intellectual property next year.  Mr. Weatherwax was cited as observing that the upcoming blockbuster Supreme Court case reviewing the top patent court’s Arthrex ruling, which found the manner of appointment of the administrative patent judges of the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board unconstitutional, is unlikely to be mooted by a Congressional fix and might run into shoals on the patent court’s chosen remedy, which “severed part of a statute that was passed by a different Congress many years ago to save a statute passed by another Congress many years later.”  It also included his observations that the newest Justice on the high Court, Amy Barrett, was largely an unknown on this and other intellectual property issues and might have a significant impact.  The article may be accessed (subscription required) at this link.