37 CFR 41.8 - Mandatory notices.

§ 41.8 Mandatory notices.

(a) In an appeal brief ( §§ 41.37, 41.67, or 41.68) or at the initiation of a contested case ( § 41.101), and within 20 days of any change during the proceeding, a party must identify:

(1) Its real party-in-interest, and

(2) Each judicial or administrative proceeding that could affect, or be affected by, the Board proceeding.

(b) For contested cases, a party seeking judicial review of a Board proceeding must file a notice with the Board of the judicial review within 20 days of the filing of the complaint or the notice of appeal. The notice to the Board must include a copy of the complaint or notice of appeal. See also §§ 1.301 to 1.304 of this title.

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