Director Jon E. Wright was mentioned in the article “One Year On: How Counsel Tackle Federal Circuit Briefs Rulings,” published by Managing IP. From the article:

“Jon Wright, co-chair of Sterne Kessler’s appellate and PTO litigation practice in Washington DC, says attorneys should pay attention to cues such as throat clearing so they can get a sense of when a judge wants to interrupt.

He adds that a practitioner can pause at appropriate times so judges can interject without feeling like they have to interrupt. A lawyer can also express that they hope that an answer resolves the judge’s question, which can give the judge the opportunity to follow up.”