10

Text Size:

-A A +A

RSS Feed

You are here

Opinions & Orders

The Court publishes opinions, precedential orders, all non-ministerial orders related to en banc cases, and orders disposing of mandamus petitions on the website after issuance has occurred on the official docket. Use the search boxes below to locate documents described above.
All dispositions are available in PACER.

Case Name or Appeal Number
Date Appeal Number Originsort ascending Case Name Type
2013-07-18 12-1610 PATO IN RE: DORON ADLER [OPINION] Precedential
2013-07-18 12-1692 PATO IN RE: JOSEPH GIUFFRIDA [OPINION] Nonprecedential
2013-07-22 13-1055 PATO IN RE: LG DISPLAY CO., LTD. [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] Nonprecedential
2013-07-24 13-1486 PATO INRE: HOERSTEN [ORDER] Nonprecedential
2013-07-25 12-1420 PATO IN RE: BIMEDA RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT [OPINION] Precedential
2013-08-02 12-1409 PATO NISSIM CORP. v. REA [ORDER] Nonprecedential
2013-08-02 13-1287 PATO INRE: EMADELDIN HASSAN [ORDER] Nonprecedential
2013-08-12 12-1437 PATO PANDUIT CORP. v. REA [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] Nonprecedential
2013-08-12 12-1520 PATO LEO PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS v. REA [OPINION] Precedential
2013-08-12 12-1435 PATO PANDUIT CORP. v. ADC TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC. [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] Nonprecedential
2013-08-13 12-1689 PATO INRE: BEKA SOLOMON [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] Nonprecedential
2013-08-13 13-1111 PATO INRE: EDWARD RAPP [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] Nonprecedential
2013-08-14 13-1534 PATO ACME SCALE COMPANY, INC. v. LTS SCALE COMPANY, LLC [ORDER] Nonprecedential
2013-09-13 13-1054 PATO INRE: HEALTH SCIENCE FUNDING, LLC [OPINION] Nonprecedential
2013-09-16 13-1048 PATO LAUBE v. REA [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] Nonprecedential
2013-09-16 13-1133 PATO INRE: MOTOROLA MOBILITY LLC [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] CORRECTED 9/16, 12:30PM Nonprecedential
2013-09-16 12-1645 PATO ENOCEAN GMBH v. FACE INTERNATIONAL CORP [ORDER] Nonprecedential
2013-09-16 13-1591 PATO INRE: BLAIR [ORDER] Nonprecedential
2013-09-18 13-1133 PATO INRE: MOTOROLA MOBILITY LLC [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] [ERRATA] Nonprecedential
2013-09-24 12-1634 PATO RAMBUS INC. v. REA [OPINION] Precedential

Pages