In its petition for writ of certiorari, Riveer asks the following question:
Whether it is a denial of due process under the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution for the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, on issues requiring de novo review, to affirm summarily in a one-word per curiam judgment under Federal Circuit Rule 36 a district court judgment which itself included no reasoning or explanation, concerning intellectual property rights including patent rights.
Petter Investments, dba Riveer v. Hydro Engineering, No. 17-1055. The issues here are different from those I addressed in my article on the topic, but still of some importance. [Link]