Who Will Head the PTO Under Trump?

Given Trump's chilly relationship with the tech world, the answer could come from outside the industry.

, The National Law Journal

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Given Trump's chilly relationship with the tech world, the answer could come from outside the industry.

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  • SaraS

    I‘m sure Kevin Rhodes would like to be there. He has plenty of problems against NPEs and super high expenses litigating in court and ITC at same time. His qualifications really can‘t be questioned.

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