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The Wall Street Journal: Supreme Court asks U.S. government to weigh in on Apple patent dispute

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court has asked the Biden administration to weigh in on a billion-dollar intellectual property case brought by the California Institute of Technology against Apple Inc.

and Broadcom Inc.

In an order issued on Tuesday, the high court asked the Office of the Solicitor General to submit a brief addressing whether the case is worth reviewing.

The Solicitor General’s office represents the federal government before the high court. If the office encourages the Supreme Court to hear a case, the justices often adopt that recommendation.

Representatives of Apple, Broadcom and Caltech didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

Apple and Broadcom want the Supreme Court to review a February 2022 decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, an intermediate appeals court that hears patent appeals.

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