ZOOMESSENCE INC v. JOSEPH MATAL PERFORMING THE FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES OF THE UNDER SECRETARY OF COMMERCE FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND DIRECTOR PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE

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United States Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit.

ZOOMESSENCE, INC., Appellant v. JOSEPH MATAL, PERFORMING THE FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES OF THE UNDER SECRETARY OF COMMERCE FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND DIRECTOR, U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE, Intervenor

2017-1581

Decided: January 16, 2018

PER CURIAM (PROST, Chief Judge, SCHALL and TARANTO, Circuit Judges). STEVEN JOHN HULTQUIST, Hultquist, PLLC, Chapel Hill, NC, argued for appellant. Also represented by MARY B. GRANT. MICHAEL SUMNER FORMAN, Office of the Solicitor, United States Patent and Trademark Office, Alexandria, VA, argued for intervenor. Also represented by NATHAN K. KELLEY, THOMAS W. KRAUSE, ROBERT J. MCMANUS, LORE A. UNT.

THIS CAUSE having been heard and considered, it is ORDERED and ADJUDGED:

AFFIRMED. See Fed. Cir. R. 36.

ENTERED BY ORDER OF THE COURT

Peter R. Marksteiner Clerk of Court