This week in Other Barks & Bites: Moderna loses out on two appeals from PTAB final written decisions in part due to a lack of Article III standing; a group of Senate Republicans send a letter to FTC Chair Lina Khan regarding the agency’s use of “zombie votes;” the 2021 International Property Rights Index reflects an overall decline in the state of intellectual property rights globally; Joff Wild announces that he’s stepping down as editor-in-chief of Law Business Research at the end of the year; Register Perlmutter exercises her authority to extend the commencement date for the Copyright Claims Board by up to 180 days; the FTC files an antitrust suit challenging the legality of Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of chip supplier Arm; the Tenth Circuit affirms that RICO claims involving a university’s alleged theft of a novel algorithm developed by a student were time-barred; and Cellspin Soft files a supplemental brief at the Federal Circuit challenging the USPTO’s authority in denying requests for Director review of PTAB decisions under Arthrex. 

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