With the CAFC ruling in our favour, I believe it is not exactly coincidental that the Examiner's Answer at the USPTO followed suit quickly after that, considering USPTO oversight allows them to wait for relevant litigation to conclude before making any key decisions. I don't think this is luck or coincidence.
The Examiner's Answer has its greatest influence at this moment in the Ohio, where Judge Sara Lioi may waiting for either the CAFC decision and/or the Examiner's answer to lift the stay. Other federal judges have waited for this key juncture to assess the likelihood of success of the appeal weighed against the fairness of delay.
With a 20/20 RAN and a positive Examiner's Answer, we could see Judge Lioi finally make a decision.
It would be highly unlikely that the original Examiner after careful consideration would reverse all the deemed patentable claims of the RAN.
I expect a positive response from the Examiner after having read through all the relevant briefs.