Can’t Sneak in Another Argument

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In Rackspace Hosting, Inc. v. Rotatable Technologies, LLC, IPR2013-00248, Paper 27  (April 9, 2014), the petitioner submited a seven page requiest for oral argument including arguments.  The Board noted that while a request may provide a short list of arguments to be raised, detailed briefing is not proper in the request, and therefore expunged the paper, after duly noting the request for oral argument.

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