Up Next At High Court: AIA Reviews & Whistleblower Shields

Law360, Washington (November 26, 2017, 6:58 PM EST) -- The Supreme Court returns to the bench Monday for one of the busiest weeks of oral arguments since the term began, hearing a pair of cases that could turn the patent world on its head and others with broad implications for securities plaintiffs and whistleblowers.

The justices will hear five cases this week. The line-up includes a Monday doubleheader dealing with the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and its processes, and a digital privacy case that has attracted over a dozen amicus briefs from groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation to state attorney general offices.

Here's what's on the docket....

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