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Federal Circuitry is a data-driven Federal Circuit blog. Our Federal Circuit Statistics empirically analyze quantifiable aspects of the Court. Our En Banc Tracker highlights pending and past petitions. Our Substantive Order Tracker allows you to search less-discussed orders. Check back weekly for Last Week in the Federal Circuit and monthly for our Oral Argument Recap.

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July 30, 2021 - Federal Circuit Insights

Arthrex Looks to Be Going Out With a Whimper

Now that it’s been roughly a month since the Federal Circuit issued mass sua sponte Arthrex orders (which we discussed in Early Hints About What Happens Next After Arthrex), we thought it was worth checking in on what’s happening post-Arthrex. As many readers probably saw, …›

Last Week in the Federal Circuit (July 5-9): What Happens When the Federal Circuit Looks to Define the Undefined

Below we provide our usual weekly statistics and our case of the week—our highly subjective selection based on whatever case piqued our interest. Precedential opinions: 1 Non-precedential opinions: 4 Rule 36: 3 Longest and shortest (non-Rule 36) pending case from argument: Rudisill v. McDonough, No. 20-1637 …›